This toolkit, developed by our partners at the National Indian Child Welfare Association, has two parts. Part one examines several issues that tribal child welfare programs might want to consider in drafting policies and procedures with regard to the engagement of extended families in services and the support of relatives/kin who step into parenting roles, whether inside or outside of the formal child welfare system. Part two provides policy guidance and sample trauma-informed language to support the development of tribally specific child welfare policy to address the identified issues outlined in part one.
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This Kin-Finding Toolkit features promising practices that have been helping child welfare agencies across the country increase their kin placement rates. Every practice comes with the necessary real-world tools, such as sample policy language and forms. Take away new strategies and resources to adapt for your own system or organization.
September 12, 2023 from 2 to 3:30 PM ET
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