1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Independence vs Inter-Dependence – What Should be the Goal?; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: Maci Finds Permanency Through DTFA and WWK; 3) Sharon Rozia – Adoptions Lessons Learned; 4) Who Cares: A National Count of Foster Homes and Families; 5) Early Foster Care Intervention Lessens Risk for Psychopathology in Children; 6) A Family Systems Approach to Treating Intergenerational Trauma; 7) Foster Care Alumni of America – Scholarship – 2018
Permanency in the News
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: NO One Ever Has No One; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: Child Welfare Worker Adopts Teen She has been Helping to Find a Family; 3) Addressing Trauma May Be the Key to Helping Foster Youth Succeed in the Workplace; 4) Understanding Trauma: Learning Brain vs Survival Brain; 5) Family First Act Update; 6) Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption – 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces; 7) How Direct Work that Empowers Families is Delivering Big Benefits for Social Workers in this Council
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Communicating with Your Youth about Permanency; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: 26-Year-Old Foster Mom Was “Hesitant” About Taking In Teens, Until Her 13-Year-Old Son Came Along; 3) Overcoming Childhood Trauma: How Parents and Schools Work to Stop the Cycle; 4) Opening Doors for Young Parents; 5) Four Ways Your Church Can Support Foster and Adoptive Families; 6) Crossover Youth Practice Model; 7) State Strategies to Meet the Needs of Young Children and Families Affected by the Opioid Crisis.
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Survival Skills – Thank Goodness our Youth have them!; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: The Program Connecting Foster Kids with Relatives – “James”; 3) Coming Together to Create the Child Welfare System We All Want; 4) 5 Things You Need to Survive as a Foster Parent; 5) Preparing and Supporting Foster Parents Who Adopt; 6) Disrupting School-Justice Pathways for Youth with Behavioral Health Needs; 7) Understanding Trauma-Informed Care: What Does It Look Like?
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Uniqueness of Every Permanency Journey; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: James’ Story; 3) Teaching Traumatized Kids; 4) A Ray of Hope – Older Adults are Stepping Up for Teenagers in Need; 5) What’s Hindering Most Youth in Foster Care from Studying After High School?; 6) In-Spite Of Hard Moments, This Is So Beautiful!; 7) Potential Impact of Research on Adolescent Development on Juvenile Judge Decision‐making