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​The Applied Research in Child Welfare (ARCH) Project

​The Applied Research in Child Welfare (ARCH) Project is a collaboration of eleven Colorado counties, the state Division of Child Welfare, and the Graduate Department of Social Work at Colorado State University. The focus of the group is on child welfare research. The group has existed since 2004.

At the start of 2014, counties that are actively involved in ARCH are: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Jefferson, Larimer, Mesa, and Pueblo.

​Documents

  
  
  
  
ARCH Comparison of Public and Private Foster Care in Colorado - Final Report.pdfARCH Comparison of Public and Private Foster Care in Colorado - Final Report7/7/2014 11:34 AMAilala Kay-OMNI
ARCH Core Services Outcome Study - Final Report.pdfARCH Core Services Outcome Study - Final Report7/7/2014 11:35 AMAilala Kay-OMNI
ARCH Core Services Replication Study - Final Report.pdfARCH Core Services Replication Study - Final Report7/7/2014 11:35 AMAilala Kay-OMNI
ARCH OOH Care Outcome Study - Final Report.pdfARCH OOH Care Outcome Study - Final Report7/7/2014 11:35 AMAilala Kay-OMNI
ARCH Predictors of Family Preservation Outcomes Study - Final Report.pdfARCH Predictors of Family Preservation Outcomes Study - Final Report7/7/2014 11:35 AMAilala Kay-OMNI
Juvenile Sexual Offender Treatment Systematic Review - Final Report.pdfJuvenile Sexual Offender Treatment Systematic Review - Final Report7/7/2014 11:35 AMAilala Kay-OMNI
Matched Comparison between Children in Kinship and Foster Care - Final Report.pdfMatched Comparison between Children in Kinship and Foster Care - Final Report7/7/2014 11:35 AMAilala Kay-OMNI