Florida's Center for

CHILD WELFARE

Information and Training Resources for Child Welfare Professionals



Changes to Florida’s Center for Child Welfare

Our contract with Florida’s Department of Children and Families is ending October 31, 2022. As we transition through this process you will find that resources are moving to the My Florida Families Knowledge and Information Distribution Site (KIDS) located at https://myflfamilies.com/service-programs/child-welfare/kids/. As information becomes available, we will provide updates regarding certificates for training hours for Foster Parents and Child Welfare Professionals.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at centersupport@usf.edu

This Week

June is Internet safety month. This virtual event will provide information and resources to parents, educators, child-serving professionals and Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force members to help everyone #StartTheConversation about technology safety. During our three sessions, we will hear from technology safety experts from around the world who will offer tips and resources to help inform and protect children of all ages.

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This two-hour webinar will focus on how secondary traumatic stress (STS) intersects with issues related to identity and oppression. Participants will increase their understanding of how racial inequality, historical trauma and other systems of oppression can exacerbate the impact of STS on direct service providers. The expert presenters will share their personal experiences and offer strategies for individuals, leaders, and organizations to address these topics and increase resiliency in the workplace. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A time where participants can pose questions and engage in discussion with the presenters.

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Upcoming

The conference is scheduled for July 18-20, 2022 at Disney Orlando.
Dr. Brian Miller will deliver the conference keynote and provide a leadership track session on implementing CE CERT in your organization.

56 conference sessions and you can earn 13.5 CEU credits.

2022 Krimes Against Kids Conference Registration
Coronado Springs Resort Disney Orlando Reservations


Conference registration is $375/person for in-person attendance and $300/person for virtual registration.
Coronado Springs Resort Disney Orlando hotel room rate is $150/night.

Come join us for some magic!

Join the Fostering Families Today team for a discussion about how race and cultural differences impact children in foster care. Attendees will hear from a panel of experts and individuals with lived experience.

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