Building Organizational Capacity in the Implementation of the Reasonable and Prudent Parent Standard in Accordance With P.L. 113–183 Recorded Webinar

Explore how child welfare professionals and organizations can build capacity for implementing the reasonable and prudent parent standard (RPPS) for children and youth in foster care. 

Publication year: 2016
Capacity Building Center for States

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Watch this webinar to understand how capacity building in five dimensions of organizational capacity (resources, infrastructure, knowledge and skills, culture and climate, and engagement and partnerships) can support implementation of the RPPS.  Hear presenters from the New York State and Utah child welfare agencies discuss the shifts in culture and climate that occurred during and after implementation of the RPPS in their jurisdictions.

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Capacity Building Center for States. (2016). Building organizational capacity in the implementation of the reasonable and prudent parent standard in accordance with P.L. 113–183 [Recorded webinar]. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  

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