The Federal grant for the National Resource Center for Youth Development (NRCYD) ended on September 29, 2014. The National Capacity Building Center for Public Child Welfare Agencies, a service of the Children’s Bureau, is now responsible for providing child welfare training and technical assistance related to youth development. Please visit the Children’s Bureau website for more information.

This website will remain available until March 31, 2015 to keep the resources and information the NRCYD has published throughout the years easily accessible. It is important to note this information will not continue to be updated.

For current child welfare news and resources visit the Child Welfare Information Gateway.

Our parent organization – the National Resource Center for Youth Services (NRCYS) – continues its operation. For more than 30 years, the National Resource Center has worked to enhance the quality of life of our nation’s youth and families by improving the effectiveness of human services. NRCYS offers training, technical assistance, and resources to help providers better serve youth and their families. Visit us at www.nrcys.ou.edu or call 1 (800) 274-2687 for more information or assistance on working with older youth.

Please contact Peter R. Correia III, Director of the National Resource Center for Youth Services for any questions regarding this transition or our continued services: pcorreia@ou.edu

 

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