National Foster Care Month: Post-Reunification Supports and Prevention of Reentry Into Out-of-Home Care [Webinar]

Available on CapLEARN; registration required.

Provides an overview of the benefits of reunification and post-reunification supports and explores how these strategies help prevent reentry into child welfare services.

Publication year: 2016
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Capacity Building Center for States

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Provides an overview of the benefits of reunification and post-reunification supports and explores how these strategies help prevent reentry into child welfare services. The presenters for this webinar, offered as part of National Foster Care Month 2016, include Jennifer Marcelli, the Center's Program Area Manager for foster care; Taffy Compain, National Foster Care Specialist at the Children's Bureau; Chrissy Triplett, Project Manager with the Catawba County Child Wellbeing Project, Inc.; Heather Ball, Evaluation Coordinator for the Child Wellbeing Project, Inc.; Phillip H. Redmond, Jr., Associate Director of the Child Care Division at the Duke Endowment; Karin Malm, a child welfare research and evaluation specialist; and a birth parent with firsthand experience of the child welfare system. Registration is required to access this webinar.

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