Out-of-Home Care

This section contains information related to children and youth who are in the placed in out-of-home care under the legal custody/guardianship of the Director. Out-of-home care includes voluntary care agreements and placements in residential, foster, and community or kinship care.

 

Title Authors Year Type of Publication
What does the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Report summary say about the Indian Residential School (IRS) system and child welfare?

Churchill, Molly 
Sinha, Vandna

2015 Information sheet
Long-term Trends in Out of Home Care for On-reserve First Nations Children

Jones, Allison 
Sinha, Vandna 

2015 Information sheet
Foster Care Disparity for Aboriginal Children in 2011

Wray, Michael
Sinha, Vandna

2015 Information sheet
Foster Care Disparity for First Nations Children in 2011

Sinha, Vandna
Wray, Michael

2015 Information sheet
Children and Youth in Out-of-Home Care in the Canadian Provinces

Jones, Allison
Sinha, Vandna
Trocmé, Nico

2015 Information sheet
Child resilience in out-of-home care: Child welfare worker perspectives

Bell, Tessa
Romano, Elisa

2015 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
Roles of foster parent resource workers

Brown, Jason D.
Rodgers, Julie
Anderson, Landy

2015 Journal article
Exploring alternate specifications to explain agency-level effects in placement decisions regarding Aboriginal children: Further analysis of the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect Part C

Fallon, Barbara
Chabot, Martin
Fluke, John
Blackstock, Cindy
Sinha, Vandna
Allan, Kate
MacLaurin, Bruce

2015 Journal article
B.C. Adoption Update: April 2015

British Columbia Representative for Children and Youth

2015 Report