Resources

As a foundation, we believe one of our roles is to share information about our work with as many people as possible so others can benefit from our results and lessons learned. This page features the work of our fellows, as well as summaries, videos and speeches from related programs, events and symposiums.

The content may be of value to you as you research topics related to our areas of expertise. This section also allows you to search the work of one particular fellow you may be following, or by work in a particular area.

Solution(s): Juvenile Justice
Advancement Project and its partner Power U Center for Social Change released a first-of-its-kind national “graphic report,...
Solution(s): Child Welfare
Emerging Leader Fellow Joelle Ruben blogs that a proposed waiver legislation could impact fostering connections implementation. Read...
Solution(s): Child Welfare
Joslyn Young asked what can be learned from students’ interest in technology and communication to enhance their literacy skills and...
Solution(s): Juvenile Justice
A guidebook prepared by the American Bar Association with support from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention  to...
Solution(s): Child Welfare
The inaugural issue of the Philadelphia Bar Association Women in the Profession Newsletter, July 2011, featured an article by Kathleen...
Solution(s): Juvenile Justice
At WHYY's Community Cinema on February 22, 2011, two short videos produced by staff of Healing Hurt People were shown...
Solution(s): Juvenile Justice
"While boys and young men experience worse health outcomes, our research shows that health disparities are especially pronounced for...
Solution(s): Juvenile Justice
WHYY News and Information (June 8, 2010) describes how Healing Hurt People responds to the needs of young victims after a violent attack...
Solution(s): Juvenile Justice
Article by Theodore Corbin, et.al. featured in Changing Places, published by the Berkeley Law Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Race...
Solution(s): Child Welfare
"As a new majority takes control of the U.S. House, we hope that both parties remember that, while there are no easy solutions to...
Solution(s): Child Welfare
This is an Op-Ed piece by Cathy Weiss, Kathleen Creamer and Ann Schwartzman published by the Inquirer on December 17, 2010.
This is the published letter in the Philadelphia Inquirer of Cathy Weiss as a reaction to the  article, "From defendant to...
Solution(s): Child Welfare
This is Kathleen Creamer's published comments on a Daily News article, "Half of PA's inmates are rejailed within 5 years...
Solution(s): Child Welfare, Support Safe and Stable Families
2011 Amendments to the Rules of Juvenile Court Procedure, Dependency Matters, Chapter 11.  Read the amendments here.
Solution(s): Juvenile Justice
Leslie Acoca spoke about the National Girls Health Screen Project on the Child Welfare League of America's weekly radio program, On...
Solution(s): Child Welfare
An article in the Spring 2009 Philadelphia Public School Notebook highlights the work of former Stoneleigh Public Policy Fellow Liza...
Solution(s): Child Welfare
Stoneleigh Fellow Dr. David Rubin and his colleagues at Policy Lab publish their inaugural issue of Evidence to Action with an update on...
Solution(s): Juvenile Justice
On April 8, 2009 the Philadelphia Inquirer published an article highlighting the youth court at Chester High School established by...
Solution(s): Child Welfare
Read the results of David Rubin’s kinship care research, which was presented on Capitol Hill in connection to pending legislation...
Solution(s): Child Welfare
Stoneleigh Foundation Fellowship program released its 2009 RFP focusing on the impact of incarceration on the well-being of a child....