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July 28, 2017

CCWB is pleased to announce the launch of the first national conference focused specifically on Children of Incarcerated Parents. The National Children of Incarcerated Parents Conference will be held April 22nd through 25th, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona at the Renaissance Hotel.

The conference will provide anyone who works with children and families affected by incarceration a unique opportunity to gather, share best practices and engage in action planning through a series of plenary sessions, panel presentations, workshops and other presentation formats. Read more here

October 20, 2016


Although 80% of foster youth aspire to postsecondary education, research shows that only 3% successfully complete an undergraduate degree, compared with 24% of the general population. In 2013, Arizona Senate Bill 1208 provided tuition waivers for former foster youth, however only 28 students at ASU used the waiver during the Spring 2014 semester.

October 19, 2016

October 28, 2016: ASU's Center for Child Well-Being and Office of American Indian Projects, under the School of Social Work, cordially invite ASU staff, faculty, and interested partners to a panel presentation on historical trauma, and community and indigenous well-being.

August 22, 2016

The 2017 Arizona KIDS COUNT Data Book analyzes five years of data (2010 - 2015), comparing conditions for kids and families from a difficult economic period during and after the nation slowly emerged form the Great Recession. You can access the 2017 Data Book and state fact sheets here.

August 9, 2016

ASU's Center for Child Well-Being joins the Network Partnership Program of the Children's Wellbeing Initiative. The Initiative, supported by Ashoka Changemakers and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, brings together organizations and individuals who believe that solutions are needed that bridge sectors and communities; and who will contribute to a dynamic, diverse, and collaborative network.

June 29, 2016

The Arizona Citizen Review Panel program hosted the 15th Annual National Citizen Review Panel conference in Glendale, Arizona in June 2016.

June 16, 2016

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children, Youth and Families awarded the funding to Dominique Roe-Sepowitz (right) and Judy Krysik (left). Both are professors and researchers in the School of Social Work, part of the College of Public Programs at Arizona State University.