Now Accepting Proposals for the 2020 Child Protection Summit
Potential presenters are invited to submit workshop proposals that align with the mission, vision, and core values of DCF. The submission deadline is Tuesday, March 31, 2020. Click here for additional information and to submit a proposal online.
Supporting Families During Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Due to the Conaravirus (COVID-19) pandemic, everyday life has changed and will continue to change for most people. We will continue to keep you updated with information and resources.
This webinar is hosted by National Network to End Domestic Violence
Intimate partner violence and substance use/abuse are public health concerns that can result in immediate and chronic health consequences. Substance use/abuse may precipitate or exacerbate violence between intimate partners, and some survivors report being forced or coerced into using drugs and/or alcohol by their partners. This webinar will discuss how to effectively serve survivors in transitional housing who are managing substance use/abuse and its related challenges.
How is a meeting different than a presentation? How do you engage people and get consensus in a phone meeting? Do we really need to meet anyways? Join us for an informative webinar that will help trainers get up to speed fast.
With the child welfare workforce currently working from home, supervision is more important than ever to ensure continued quality service provision and to keep children safe and families together. This webinar will offer expert guidance on virtual supervision and provide opportunities for participants to ask questions and exchange information.
This session will discuss what coming back to the “New Normal” looks like for college students’ as they return to their respective campuses. We can anticipate that many students’ will experience trauma by being displaced from campus and experiencing personal or family illness. This model is similar to other campus responsiveness models that address post-suicide and traumatic event. Additionally, we will explore how campuses can effectively support the return of students providing both a place of recovery and education.