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Literature and Resource Review: Characteristics of Successful Foster, Adoptive and/or Kinship Caregivers of American Indian, Alaska Native, First Nations and Native Hawaiian (AIAN/FN/NH) Children and Suggested Training Themes for these Parentsread more
Use this tool to learn how to apply a business process mapping technique to tribal child welfare practice. Why use process mapping? Mapping your child welfare practice can help your program identify gaps in service and inform needed policy and procedure improvements.read more
In this brief e-learning module, we explore an introduction to the impact of trauma, protective factors, trauma-informed and trauma-specific services, and communities of care.read more
"JBA has released a Data System Improvement Toolkit for tribal home visiting programs seeking to strengthen the way they store and organize data. The toolkit, created by the Tribal Evaluation Institute project, was designed for grantees of the Tribal Maternal, Infant,...read more
How can tribal communities welcome their Two-Spirit relatives back into their circles? What can child welfare agencies do to create a safe and welcoming environment? How can those who work with youth protect and support the Two-Spirit/Native LGBTQ individuals in their...read more
From this recorded webinar, learn about the Tribal Worker Core Competency Training, a curriculum developed by tribes as part of a multi-partner collaborative including Oklahoma tribal child welfare leaders, the University of Oklahoma, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs...read more
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