Daily Update February 20, 2018


Rural Child Welfare Practice





 

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Updated Issue Brief: Rural Child Welfare Practice

Find out how some rural areas are using innovative tools to provide child welfare services in Information Gateway's newly updated issue brief, Rural Child Welfare Practice. Child welfare practice in rural areas presents caseworkers and communities with unique challenges and opportunities. Learn about the concerns and needs of children and families in rural communities, their strengths and resources, and the cultural sensitivity required of child welfare professionals as they work to achieve safety, permanency, and well-being for rural children.

The brief explores many different aspects of rural child welfare practice, including the following:

  • Characteristics of rural communities
  • Social service considerations
  • Recruiting resource families
  • Preparing and supervising a rural child welfare workforce

Visit Information Gateway's Rural Child Welfare webpage for additional resources on this topic.

Your feedback is important. Be sure to let us know how we're doing by taking our survey!  For more information, visit our website, email us at info@childwelfare.gov, or call us toll-free at 1.800.394.3366

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SAVE THE DATE  2018 Georgia Conference on Children and Families October 17-19, 2018


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Our MISSION: Together Georgia is a preeminent voice in Georgia's child and family welfare policy-making.

Our VISION: Together Georgia will ensure that member organizations are equipped to serve those that their missions are tied to through distributing emerging data as well as by collaborating with key government figures and pertinent decision makers

 

 
 




 







 











 

                 

            

 

 

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