It is important that child welfare agencies understand and respond to the unique needs of immigrant families so that all families experience positive outcomes. This resource provides information on how agencies and staff can work more effectively with immigrant families.
Child Welfare Practice
During the COVID19 Pandemic
Researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Simmons University are conducting a study about child welfare professionals' experiences during the COVID19 global public pandemic. For this study, the researchers are seeking child welfare professionals who work in the areas of investigation, assessment, ongoing, or family reunification. This includes front line workers and supervisors.