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Part 2 of 3 develops practical skills to identify, report, and address the needs of victims of sex trafficking with a downloadable curriculum tailored to a variety of audiences, including trainers.

Estimated Time: 08:00

Primary Audience: Direct Child Welfare Service Provider

Video

This webinar explores the benefits of reunification and post-reunification supports and how these strategies help prevent reentry into foster care.

Recorded on: 05/18/2016

Estimated Time: 01:00

Primary Audience: Child Welfare Administrator/Manager/Supervisor

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This webinar explores programs and strategies that help motivate parents to have constructive interactions with the child welfare system and courts to support better outcomes.

Recorded on: 05/04/2016

Estimated Time: 01:00

Primary Audience: Child Welfare Administrator/Manager/Supervisor

Video

In this webinar, national experts and IV-E program teams share research, strategies, and insights.

Recorded on: 09/01/2015

Estimated Time: 01:00

Primary Audience: Child Welfare Administrator/Manager/Supervisor

Video

This webinar explores the Youth Thrive Protective and Promotive Factors Framework, designed to support agencies helping youth achieve healthy development and well-being and reduce the impact of negative life experiences.

Recorded on: 01/18/2016

Estimated Time: 01:00

Primary Audience: Child Welfare Administrator/Manager/Supervisor

Video

This webinar explores how the dimensions of organizational capacity can support child welfare professionals and organizations in implementing the reasonable and prudent parent standard (RPPS) for children and youth in foster care.

Recorded on: 02/04/2016

Estimated Time: 01:00

Primary Audience: Child Welfare Administrator/Manager/Supervisor

Curriculum

Part 1 of 3 builds capacity to identify and serve survivors of sex trafficking. This training curriculum is designed for individual jurisdictions to download and customize to meet provisions of P.L. 113-183.

Estimated Time: Multi-day

Primary Audience: Direct Child Welfare Service Provider

Video

This webinar provides an overview of resources and strategies to enhance approaches for providing financial capability training for youth who are transitioning out of foster care.

Recorded on: 12/17/2015

Estimated Time: 01:00

Primary Audience: Child Welfare Administrator/Manager/Supervisor

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This webinar provides information to support States implementing the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act (P.L. 113-183).

Recorded on: 09/15/2015

Estimated Time: 01:00

Primary Audience: Child Welfare Administrator/Manager/Supervisor

Video

This webinar describes how the reasonable and prudent parent standard (RPPS) has been implemented in one State to promote normalcy for children in foster care.

Recorded on: 10/07/2015

Estimated Time: 01:00

Primary Audience: Child Welfare Administrator/Manager/Supervisor

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