The Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development (QIC-WD) is seeking 5 to 8 public and tribal child welfare agencies that are interested in examining their available human resources (HR) data to address child welfare workforce challenges. The QIC-WD’s Child Welfare Workforce Analytics Institute is for teams of child welfare and HR professionals. The Institute includes multiple webinars and an all-expenses-paid 2-day workshop in Washington, D.C. on August 25–26, 2020.
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"R.O.C.K. Mat-Su (Raising Our Children with Kindness) is a collaborative of community members – including individuals and organizations – joining together to promote family resilience and reduce child maltreatment. R.O.C.K. works to build social supports, eliminate...
"This brief highlights strategies used by tribal and state teams working to increase the number of foster parents for American Indian children — strategies to increase foster placements that reflect children’s culture and that comply with the Indian Child Welfare Act...
A toolkit for Native youth to build inclusion. Written for, and with, Native youth to help others better understand and support Two-Spirit and LGBTQIA+ communities.
A list of available training resources for tribal child welfare staff. Part of the Sex Trafficking Prevention Toolkit.
A list of Tribal-specific training opportunities and resources for youth and their caregivers. Part of the Sex Trafficking Prevention Toolkit.
A list of Tribal-specific resources that may help Tribes consider ways to develop trauma-informed systems. Part of the Sex Trafficking Prevention Toolkit.
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