Visioning for Prevention: Transforming Partnerships to Achieve Change Advice Reel Podcast
Listen to an attorney and a parent ally, both partners with Washington State’s child welfare system, explain how parent partner programs are essential to prevention services.
Hear advice on how agencies can get a lot of return on investment with parent partner programs and by reaching out to the legal community to find those already doing prevention work. Listening to parents and those in the legal community affected by the child welfare system can help transform your partnerships and build a more collaborative vision for prevention.
Leaders and managers can engage staff, the legal community, and other system partners with this short podcast focusing on peer parent programs. Once engaged, take a deeper dive together to hear about Children’s Home Society of Washington’s Parents for Parents program by watching the Transforming Partnerships to Achieve Change recorded webinar to open dialogue about co-creating a vision for a holistic, prevention-oriented system.
The step-by-step process outlined in Using Webinars as Learning Tools: Three Key Steps can help to facilitate productive discussions leading to real change.
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Capacity Building Center for States. (2022). Visioning for prevention: Transforming partnerships to achieve change advice reel [Audio podcast]. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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