Most popular resources on social media & upcoming webinars
December 2018 | Issue 49
Staying current is a must even when you're busy so we've put together the most popular content shared over the last month on our
Should Childhood Trauma Be Treated As A Public Health Crisis?
New Tool Designed to Help Youth Self-Assess for Well-Being, Address Concerns
Film Shows Former Foster Youth Finding Their Passions
Need something to entertain children while talking with parents? Check out these videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations
National Adoption Month
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2018 Adoption Excellence Awards!
A Message of thanks and a call to reduce the need for adoption from Jerry Milner, Associate Commissioner at the Children’s Bureau
Empower youth voices and incorporate their stories to help develop more effective adoption practices
The Exercise That Helps Mental Health Most
10 things to know about the updated Physical Activity Guidelines
[1-Pager] Overview of the prevalence of workplace violence in child welfare, prevention strategies, a framework for responding to violence, and how to apply the framework to child welfare
[1-Pager] Importance of being aware of personal biases & implementing steps to limit them at work
[Video] In Tennessee & Arizona, child welfare leaders are building a safety culture aimed at improving systems and, ultimately, outcomes for children and families
[NEW Podcast] Jennifer Gerber thought it was impossible to complete a master’s degree while juggling the demands of a child welfare career but the support she received from a NCWWI University Partnership made it possible
Partner with NCWWI on Workforce Development
Applications Due January 31, 2019
We hope you'll considering partnering with us
to identify, assess, plan, implement, and evaluate interventions that will build and strengthen your agency's child welfare workforce. Review the
Request for Proposal
for complete details.
We know it is a busy time! We've highlighted just a few of the webinars being offered this month and you can check out the
complete list of webinar opportunities
[12/11] Building a Sustainable Recruiting Model: From Structuring Events to Strengthening Relationships
[12/12] Effective Facilitation of Parent Support Groups
[12/12] Overlapping Issues: Domestic & Sexual Violence, Mental Health, Trauma & Substance Use
[12/13] Safely Reducing the Use of Congregate Care: Considerations in the Age of Family First
[12/18] Collective Disturbance And Vicarious Trauma Within Organisations
[12/18] Family Separation and Other Attachment Disruptions
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Your NCWWI LINKD Team
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