Children and Youth
Improving the Absorption of Ethiopian Israelis – Five-Year Plan of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Services: Findings and Insights from the Follow-Up of Activities among Families and Young Adults
Expanding Adoption Opportunities Case Studies: Open Adoption and Fost-Adoption
An extensive qualitative study of actual cases of two models: open adoption and fost-adoption
The Counseling-Treatment Units at Emergency Centers for Children and Youth: Findings Following the Upgrade Program
The Counseling-Treatment Units (CTUs) at Emergency Centers for Children and Youth are an important community service for children and youth at the far end of the risk continuum. The study was conducted following efforts to upgrade and expand the CTUs.
Expanding Adoption Opportunities For Children At Risk
The Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute was asked to provide research to support the initiative to increase adoption opportunities for children at risk. This report presents the first stage of the study.
Child-Parent Centers: Mobile Regional Model – Evaluation Study
Child-Parent Centers (CPCs) address children aged 5-12 suffering from emotional/behavioral problems. Their goal is to improve the children's emotional, social and behavioral functioning, the child-parent relationship, and parental care.