Document Category: Tribal Child Welfare

What We Have Been Gifted

This hour long documentary focuses on the lives and culture of the people that make up the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe in Minnesota.

Task Force on Native Americans in Social Work Education Final Report: Status of Native Americans in Social Work Higher Education

This report compiles the work of two projects launched by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) to move forward research on Native Americans in social work education. The first is a a data collection initiative on Native American students and faculty, as well as Native American content in social work curriculum. The second is …

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Tools for Tribes

Tribal child welfare programs shouldn’t have to reinvent every wheel. With a cooperative and collaborative spirit in mind, the Capacity Building Center for Tribes created this space for tribes to easily share the forms, agreements, tools, and templates they use on a regular basis with one another.

ICWA Flow Charts

This series of flowcharts serves as a guide for making decisions related to ICWA.

Mindfulness in Family Assessment

Making mindfulness practices an integral part of the culture, structure, and practice of child welfare organizations results in reduced stress, increased capacity to engage with families, and better outcomes for families.

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