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This website lists resources to support child welfare and related professionals in recognizing individual biases and dismantling systemic racism.
This webpage lists resources about implementing anti-racism practices and working with diverse populations at a systems level.
This section of the Child Welfare Information Gateway includes issues such as overrepresentation in the child welfare system, underrepresentation in support services, inequitable investigations for suspected cases of maltreatment, and disparities in decision-making. Additionally, this section provides resources on pursuing racial and LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning) equity in child welfare.
This resource list identifies organizations that offer training activities with defined learning objectives that may include a range of modalities, such as self-paced eLearnings, webinars, or videos. Offerings have been included if they can be credited to a staff’s learning portfolio by receiving proof of participation through a training certificate or continuing education unit (CEU), …
This toolkit provides an overview of the current policies and guidelines in Florida regarding foster youth or youth who are transitioning out of foster care (former foster youth) who are parenting. Case managers should use this toolkit as they support their youth who are parenting.
This toolkit provides an overview of the current policies and guidelines in Florida regarding pregnant foster youth or youth who transitioned out of foster care (former foster youth). Case managers should use this toolkit as they support their foster or former foster youth who are pregnant.
This one page document lists links to self-care resources.
This document provides recommendations based on successful innovations and strategies that were common across NCWWI’s Tribal traineeship programs, which were developed to support professional education for current or prospective child welfare practitioners in accredited BSW or MSW programs.
This literature review describes the definition and benefits of coaching, when coaching is an effective tool, the role of the coach, how coaching is structured, and the characteristics and qualifications of effective coaches.