Establishing a Definition of Child Well-Being and Developing a Program-Specific Intervention and Evaluation Plan to Measure Outcomes

This project represents the first part of a multi-phase process aimed at assisting the Children’s Home Society of North Carolina (CHS) in identifying processes and strategies designed to improve child well-being for North Carolina children in foster care. Phase I will include systems mapping and outcomes planning to inform the development of a comprehensive plan to pilot new or enhanced processes and interventions for the CHS Foster Care Program and to evaluate the subsequent impacts on child well-being.