Child Welfare Tables and Figures in CRS Reports

The following tables and figures related to Child Welfare can be found in the CRS reports section of this Green Book chapter.

R43458: Child Welfare: An Overview of Federal Programs and Their Current Funding

Table 1. Final Funding for Stephanie Tubbs Jones Child Welfare Services Program

Table 2. Final Funding for Promoting Safe and Stable Families (PSSF) Program

Table 3. Final Discretionary and Mandatory PSSF Funding, by Program/Activity    

Table 4. Final Funding for Family Connection Grants

Table 5. Final Funding for Child Welfare Research, Training, or Demonstration Projects

Table 6. Budget Authority Provided Under the Title IV-E Program

Table 7. Final Funding for Tribal Title IV-E Plan Development and Technical Assistance (TA)

Table 8. Final Funding for the Chafee Foster Care Independence Program (CFCIP)

Table 9. Final Funding for Adoption Incentive Payments

Table 10. Final Funding for Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA)  

Table 11. Final Funding for Children’s Justice Act Grants

Table 12. Final Funding for Programs Under the Victims of Child Abuse Act (VOCAA)

Table 13. Final Funding for Adoption Opportunities

Table 14. Final Funding for Abandoned Infants Assistance

Table A-1. Funding Authority and Sequestration Status of Child Welfare Programs

R41860: Child Welfare: Funding for Child and Family Services Authorized Under Title IV-B of the Social Security Act

Table 1. Programs and Activities Authorized Under Title IV-B of the Social Security Act

Table 2. Description of Purposes and Activities by Selected Service Category

Table A-1. Funding for the CWS and PSSF Programs, FY1990-FY2014

Table B-1. Description of Selected Categories of Services Used for Reporting Expenditures under Title IV-B

Table C-1. Title IV-B Funding by State, FY2014 Table C-2 Title IV-B Funding by State, FY2013

Table D-1. PSSF Funding by Kind of Authority and by Activity, FY1994-FY2014

Table D-2. PSSF Annual Funding Authorization and Distribution, FY2012-FY2016

Table E-1. Funding Authority and Appropriations for the Court Improvement Program, FY1995-FY2014

Table E-2. Funding Awarded by CIP Purpose and State, FY2014

Table E-3. Funding Awarded by CIP Purpose and State, FY2013

Table F-1.  Performance Indicators for Regional Partnership Grants

Table G-1. State Monthly Casework Visits Percentage and Visits in Home of Child Percentage, FY2012 and FY2013

Figure 1. States Planned Use of Federal Title IV-B Funding for FY2013, by Purpose

Figure 2. Funding for the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Child Welfare Services (CWS) and Promoting Safe and Stable Families (PSSF) Programs, FY1990-FY1994

Figure 3. Children Brought to the Attention of the Child Welfare Agency

Figure 4. Planned Use of FY2013 Federal CWS Funds by Kind of Service or Activity

Figure 5. Trend in Funding for the CWS Program, Nominal and Constant Dollars, FY1990-FY2014

Figure 6. Trend in Funding for the PSSF Program, Nominal and Constant Dollars, FY1994-FY2014

Figure 7. Amount of PSSF Funding by Activity, Selected Fiscal Years

Figure 8. Planned Use of FY2013 Federal PSSF Funds for Child and Family Services by Kind of Service or Activity

R42794: Child Welfare: State Plan Requirements under the Title IV-E Foster Care, Adoption Assistance and Kinship Guardianship Assistance Program

Figure 1. Total Federal and State Title IV-E Spending, FY2013

Figure 2. Child Protections Offered as Part of the Case Review System

RL34499: Youth Transitioning from Foster Care: Background and Federal Programs

Table A-1. Comparison of Outcome Domains Between Young Adults in the Midwest Study and Young Adults in the Add Health Study

Table B-1. FY2011 and FY2012 CFCIP General and ETV Allotments by State

R43752: Child Welfare: Profiles of Current and Former Older Foster Youth Based on the National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD)

Figure 1. Share of Current and Former Foster Youth Who Received an Independent Living Service(s) by Type of Service Received, FY2011-FY2013

Figure 2. Selected Outcomes of Current and Former Foster Youth at Age 19, FY2013

Table 1. Characteristics of Current and Former Foster Youth Who Received an Independent Living Service and Service(s) Received

Table 2. Demographics of Current and Former Foster Youth at Age 19 and Their Outcomes by Foster Care Status and Receipt of Independent Living Services, FY2013

R42378: Child Welfare:  Health Care Needs of Children in Foster Care and Related Federal Issues

Table A-1. Comparisons of Select Outcomes Between Young Adults in the Midwest Study and Young Adults in the Add Health Study

Table A-2. Presence of Certain Health and Mental Health Conditions Among All Children, All Adopted Children, and Children Adopted from Foster Care

Table B-1. Medicaid Services Spending for “Foster Care” Children by Types of Service, Selected Fiscal Years

Table C-1. Major Mandatory and Optional Medicaid Pathways for Current and Former Foster Children and Youth

Figure 1. Medicaid Spending for “Foster Care” Children by Selected Categories and Fiscal Years

This page was prepared on October 12, 2014 for the 2014 version of the House Ways and Means Committee Green Book.