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Spread The Word

We hope you’ll help us spread the word about the broad scope of work done by the child welfare workforce and the support provided to families, youth, and children.

ShareYourVoice

We want to hear from you! Go to flipgrid.com, enter the flip code ‘ncwwi’, and record a short video - no more than 3 minutes – answering one or more of the following questions. View the full set of directions.

• What do you love about child welfare?
• What is your why - what motivates you to do this work?
• How does this work make a positive difference?
• What do you appreciate about the child welfare workforce?
• Is there someone you would like to thank for their support?

By submitting your video, you are to agreeing to NCWWI's Photo and Video Release.

Not a fan of video? Answer one of the questions by completing our online form and we’ll post it to our message board.

FacebookFrame

This should be youWe're on a mission to breakdown the biggest myths of child welfare, and to do this, we need to frame you! On Facebook that is! Add our frame to your Facebook profile picture and tell everyone you're friends with about the positive role you play in supporting families, youth, and children in your community. Please include the hashtag #WeAreChildWelfare so our collective voice can be heard.

Here’s how to add it on the computer.

1. Sign into Facebook and go to your profile
2. Click on your profile picture (where is says Update)
3. Tap 'Add Frame"
4. Type 'We Are Child Welfare' in the search box and select
5. If needed, drag to reposition your photo
6. Use the dropdown menu to choose how long to display
7. Click "Use as profile picture"

Here’s how to add it on your phone.

1. Open the Facebook app and click the three-line icon in the bottom right
2. Click 'view your profile'
3. Click your current profile picture and select 'Add Frame'
4. Type 'We Are Child Welfare' in the search box and select
5. Add a message to your friends and click save

ShareMessages

This campaign is an opportunity to begin a conversation about how we must all work together to improve outcomes for children, youth, and families. It is also an opportunity to explain the broad scope of work that child welfare workers perform to support them. We’ve provided graphics and pre-written content (below) that can be customized and shared on social media.

Right click on the graphic to save.

We Are CW complete 02Learn about the impact and signs of child trauma, and how to play a role in their recovery: http://bit.ly/305PvSQ 
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We Are CW complete 05All of us must work together to improve outcomes for children, youth, and families. Find out how you can help: 
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Child Welfare workers experience burnout at a higher rate than other helping professions and here’s why it matters: http://bit.ly/31uKWPo
#WeAreChildWelfare

 

 

 

  

 

 

CW Infographic.fwWhat do child welfare workers do? Learn about the important role these hard-working individuals play in supporting families, youth, and children in your community: http://bit.ly/31fb8NT
#WeAreChildWelfare

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CW video.fwLearn about the child welfare workforce and those with whom they partner: http://bit.ly/WeAreChildWelfare
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workforcematters.fwEffective practice + effective workforce = positive outcomes for families, youth, and children: http://bit.ly/1Sw4tIW
#WeAreChildWelfare