UCLA Pritzker Center Research

Beyond Blind Removal: Color Consciousness and Anti-Racism in Los Angeles County Child Welfare

Blind removal aims to reduce racial disproportionality by removing racial demographics from the removal decision-making process after an investigation of alleged child abuse or neglect.

Therapeutic Dance for the Healing of Sexual Trauma: A Systematic Review

A systematic review to summarize the existing evidence for therapeutic dance as an intervention for healing after sexual trauma.

Child Welfare, Public Health, and Domestic Violence

A Cross-Sector Strategy Promoting Safe Families and Stable Homes

LA County Department of Mental Health + Office of Education

Creating a healthy, equitable transition back to in-school learning for students and parents during COVID-19

The Impact of COVID-19 on Foster and Relative Caregivers

Over 600 resource parents in Los Angeles County were surveyed to understand the impact of COVID-19 on them and the children in their care.

Courageous Conversations

Racial equity and disproportionality are prominent features of reimagining the child welfare system. Our research poses ideas for reform.

UCLA Pritzker Center Seed Grants

Part of our ongoing effort to promote research and collaboration with the community.

Substance Use & The Child Welfare System

In partnership with A New Way of Life, UCLA Pritzker Center completed this report on substance use and the cthild welfare system.

Mental Health Among Foster & Adopted Youth

The Pritzker Foster Care Initiative supported this research through a generous grant to research the transition from in-person to telemental health services among foster and adopted youth.