Document Category: Organizational Culture and Climate

Everyday Workplace Discrimination: NCWWI 1-page Summary

Utilizing the Psychological Stressor-Strain theory, this study assessed the associations between everyday workplace discrimination, racial/ethnic identities, and psychological well-being among public child welfare case workers. Add to My Resources 1

Child Welfare Systems Change: NCWWI Advisory Board Recommendations

The NCWWI Advisory Board was charged to “reimagine” the child welfare system by focusing on promoting child and family well-being. Through their deliberations and recommendations, this “re- envisioning” document, Child Welfare Systems Change, was generated to inform ways to build a child welfare system that is family-centered, anti-colonial, and anti-racist. In the three-tiered prevention approach, …

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A Holistic Framework for Child Welfare Worker Well Being

This document describes a holistic child welfare worker well-being framework, identifies the three key dimensions that make up worker well-being and how leaders within child welfare organizations can strategically and comprehensively support these dimensions. Add to My Resources 0

What has been New York’s experience with casework teaming?

For more than a decade, the New York State Office of Children and Family Services (OFCS) has implemented casework teaming in multiple counties. Highlights of the state’s experiences, outcomes, and lessons learned are provided in this document. Add to My Resources 0

Child Welfare CAN Address Burnout

This infographic presents data on who experiences burnout, what predicts it, and how child welfare organizations can address it. Add to My Resources 0