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 of Publication
Journal article
Multilevel correlates of behavioral resilience among children in child welfare

Bell, Tessa
Romano, Elisa
Flynn, Robert J.

Out of Sight: How One Aboriginal Child’s Best Interests Were Lost Between Two Provinces

British Columbia Representative for Children and Youth

Journal article
Placement decisions and disparities among aboriginal children: Further analysis of the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect part A: Comparisons of the 1998 and 2003 surveys

Fallon, Barbara
Chabot, Martin
Fluke, John
Blackstock, Cindy
MacLaurin, Bruce
Tonmyr, Lil

Journal article
Placement of children in out-of-home care in Québec, Canada: When and for whom initial out-of-home placement is most likely to occur

Esposito, Tonino
Trocmé, Nico
Chabot, Martin
Shlonsky, Aron
Collin-Vézina, Delphine 
Sinha, Vandna

Review of Family Care Models, Wilderness Challenge, and Community Group Homes

Brodersen, Etta
Urquhart, Taryn
Pankatz, Courtney
Viljoen, Jodi

Journal article
Social needs of Aboriginal foster parents

Brown, Jason D.
Ivanova, Viktoria
Mehta, Nisha
Skrodski, Donna
Gerrits, Julie

Journal article
Voices of former foster youth: Supportive relationships in the transition to adulthood

Singer, Erin R.
Berzin, Stephanie C.
Hokanson, Kim

Where Do We Go from Here? Youth Aging Out of Care Special Report

Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (Alberta)

Journal article
Child maltreatment: Variation in trends and policies in six developed countries

Gilbert, Ruth
Fluke, John
O'Donnell, Melissa
Gonzalez-Izquierdo, Arturo
Brownwell, Marni
Gulliver, Pauline
Janson, Staffan
Sidebotham, Peter

Information Sheet
CIS-2008 Major Findings Supplementary Tables: Out-of-Home Placement by Primary Substantiated Maltreatment and Risk

Allan, Kate
Lefebvre, Rachael
Fallon, Barbara
Trocmé, Nico