Foster Care

A Foster Home is a private home approved by child welfare services for the placement of children, and includes kinship care. Group and residential care are excluded.

Title Authors Year Type of Publication
Out-of-home placement and regional variations in poverty and health and social services spending: A multilevel analysis

Esposito, Tonino
Chabot, Martin
Rothwell, David W.
Trocmé, Nico
Delaye, Ashleigh

2017 Journal article
The placement trajectories of youth served by child protection for sexual abuse

Esposito, Tonino
Delaye, Ashleigh
Chabot, Martin
Trocmé, Nico
Collin-Vézina, Delphine
Simpson, Megan

2017 Journal article
SPI 10 Discharge Rates by Placement Type

Fallon, Barbara
Trocmé, Nico
Black, Tara 
Ekins, Anna  
O’Connor, Carolyn 
Betito, Paul-André 

2017 Information sheet
Because Young People Matter: Report of the Residential Services Review Panel

Residential Services Panel

2016 Report
Living Arrangements of Aboriginal Children Aged 14 and Under

Turner, Annie

2016 Report
Fostering Success: Improving Educational Outcomes for Youth in/from Care Rutman, Deborah

Hubberstey, Carol

2016 Report
Replication of the KEEP foster and kinship parent training program for youth with externalizing behaviors

Greeno, Elizabeth J.
Uretsky, Mathew C.
Lee, Bethany R.
Moore, Jessica E.
Barth, Richard P.
Shaw, Terry V.

2016 Journal article
Establishing a good relationship with foster parents after issues with their performance: Experiences of foster parent resource workers
Brown, Jason
Serbinski, Sarah
Anderson, Landy
Gerrits, Julie
2016 Journal article
Post-permanency discontinuity: A longitudinal examination of outcomes for foster youth after adoption or guardianship

Rolock, Nancy
White, Kevin R.

2016 Journal article
The relationship between caseworker assessments of clients’ social networks and child welfare placement outcomes

Brisebois, Kimberly
Trzcinski, Eileen
Marsack, Christina

2015 Journal article