Webinar to Focus on Economic and Concrete Supports and Family Well-Being from Chapin Hall
This webinar is hosted by PACEsConnection
A growing body of evidence shows that families do better when they have access to concrete services and have economic stability. Chapin Hall’s research has long addressed the connections between poverty and maltreatment, along with ethnic and racial disparities within and across public systems. At noon Central Time on Nov. 8, we will host a webinar addressing the intersection of family economic insecurity and involvement with child welfare. We will look at how increased access to supports can address long-standing racial inequities and present a vision for a way forward. This webinar will be recorded and posted for future viewing.