The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) set 10 statewide goals to improve child health, safety, well-being, and learning outcomes by 2025. These goals include over 50 different measures related to children and families that have never been brought together at the state level. The state seeks to leverage resources and revise policies for young children across the state, including children in foster care. DHHS has committed to a series of actions to begin working toward the goals. For children in foster care, the goals are to reduce the length of time before reunification or adoption . . .