Neighbor to Neighbor/Neighbor to Family Sibling Foster Care Model

Achieving Placement Stability
Literature review that provides an overview of the federal placement stability measure and summarizes diverse promising practices aimed at promoting placement stability for children in the child welfare system. One of these practices is the Neighbor to Neighbor summary.

Neighbor to Family: Supporting Sibling Groups in Foster Care
Reports on the first controlled study, where sibling groups were compared on outcomes for permanency, stability, safety, and cost over a 3-year period. Research was focused on whether the NTF model of sibling foster care produced significantly different results from other foster care through a matched pairs design, and if propensity matching provided a good alternative to randomly assigned control groups.

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