The Post-Permanency Program Catalog is a tool for identifying evidence-based or evidence-informed programs and promising practices that can be used to address post-permanency needs of children who were in foster care. The Catalog contains over 100 programs and interventions that are being used  or could be adapted to work with children and families who have obtained permanence through adoption or guardianship. The Catalog itself is not an evidence-based review system, database, clearinghouse, or registry (i.e., an organized structure or system that reviews the research on interventions, evaluates the outcomes, and confirms the evidence base). Further, the inclusion of an intervention in the Catalog does not constitute an endorsement, promotion, or approval of the intervention by the National Post Adoption Center or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Children’s Bureau.

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