Who We Serve

The Helpers

  • Child Welfare Practitioners
  • Community Health Workers
  • Respite Coordinators
  • Policymakers
  • School Personnel
  • Indigenous Tribal Leaders
  • Local, State, and Federal Agencies
  • Mental Health Practitioners
  • Service Providers
  • Judges
  • Attorneys
  • Law Enforcement
  • Probation Officers
  • Community Leaders
  • Basic and Emergency Needs Providers

Those Helped

  • Neglected and Maltreated Children
  • Vulnerable Infants and Toddlers
  • Parents and Families
  • Older Adults
  • Foster and Adoptive Parents
  • Service Professionals
  • Individuals Impacted by Health Disparities
  • Families Impacted by Domestic Violence
  • Youth Impacted by the Justice System
  • Caregivers and Care Recipients
  • The Community
  • At-Risk Populations
  • Individuals with Disabilities
  • Survivors of Trafficking
  • Individuals Experiencing Homelessness

Serving Nebraska

Service to the state is a central component of the mission of the University of Nebraska. CCFL holds a strong commitment to the people of Nebraska. Center faculty and staff work closely with state and local agencies, and nonprofit organizations to promote child and family welfare through training and educational programs, legal and policy analyses, program evaluation, consultation with service providers, and research intended to address practical child and family welfare issues.

Serving the Nation

CCFL is committed to the development and dissemination of knowledge that advances the well-being of all the nation's children and families. Research and other scholarly work undertaken by the CCFL faculty and staff have been instrumental in shaping policies and laws in states other than Nebraska and at the national level. Center faculty frequently act as sources for the news divisions of television and radio broadcasters and the national print media. CCFL faculty also serve on a variety of boards and advisory committees for national organizations concerned with child and family policy.