This infographic describes the workforce mental health crisis, the impacts of not supporting employees’ well-being, and how child welfare organizations can support employee mental health and well-being. Screen reader version is available here: https://ncwwi.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/NCWWI-mental-health-infographic_SCREEN_READER-1.docx
This infographic describes why it is important for child welfare programs to invest in coaching to support employees and their leadership development. Screen reader version: https://ncwwi.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/NCWWI_Infographic_Why-Coaching-is-Worth-Your-Investment_SCREEN-READER1.docx
Chapin Hall experts have brought together evidence about the connections between economic and concrete supports and involvement with child welfare. A comprehensive collection of this research is available in multiple formats.
Find out where evidence-based programs and services are being implemented to prevent children from entering foster care.
This infographic describes how mindfulness can improve well-being and provides examples on how to use mindfulness for self-care.
This infographic describes how child welfare organizations can center child welfare worker well-being to better support children and families.
This infographic describes how peer support can reduce burnout and improve worker well-being, including how organizations can champion peer support and what peers can do.
This infographic describes how the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (ISDEAA) applies to child welfare social work practice with American Indian/Alaska Natives.