18, No. 3
Child Welfare Training Related to Reunification
North Carolina Resources
To learn more or to register for these courses go to www.ncswlearn.org.
Family Reunification and Case Closure in Child Sexual Abuse Cases. Reviews safety issues during the reunification process, key ingredients needed in a safety plan; critical treatment milestones for the victim, perpetrator, and family; and the process for reunifying a family and closing a case. Online: http://bit.ly/104O94T
Family Reunification Through Visitation. Examines knowledge related to the development of successful visitation plans and strategies to enhance caregiver involvement in the visitation process so that families may have better opportunities to achieve reunification. Online: http://bit.ly/16fGODS
Introduction to Parent-Child Visits. Provides a self-guided online training course for child welfare and related professionals to improve outcomes through parent-child visits and enhance efforts toward family reunification. Online: http://training.childwelfare.gov/oltMain.cfm?z=z
Lighting the Fire of Urgency: Reunification of Families in America's Child Welfare System [Teleconference]. Provides participants with information and tools to quickly identify and engage relatives in order to promote the reunification of children and youth in the child welfare system with their families. Online: http://www.nrcpfc.org/webcasts/7.html
The Relationship Between Reunification Services, Service Utilization, and Successful Reunification: An Empirically Based Curriculum. Reviews the history of reunification services, how services are ordered for and used by parents, and how service use influences reunification outcomes. Online: http://www.csulb.edu/projects/ccwrl/D%27Andrade%20Curriculum%201023.pdf.