WE’ve WORKed with…
Youth, professionals, and families. Specifically:
Young people previously or currently involved in child welfare, including foster and adopted youth;
Young people involved in leadership or after school programs and youth advisory board members;
Child welfare direct service providers;
County and State managers, directors, and commissioners;
Human and social services staff, nonprofit youth workers, and professionals; and
Foster and adoptive parents, relative or kin of youth in care.
Group meetings and individual consultations in:
Youth-Adult Partnerships in Child Welfare;
How to be more adaptive and responsive to youth in care;
Cultural Competency in Child Welfare;
Getting Over Adultism; and
We will help you develop skills to authentically engage with young people around permanency planning.
Youth-Adult Partnerships for Permanency 101 – Child Welfare Youth and Adults;
Points of Collaboration – Y-AP Mapping for Greater Permanency;
Digital Storytelling – Helping Young People in Child Welfare Tell Their Stories;
Youth-Adult Partnerships in Child Welfare through Arts and Creative Expression;
We can review your current plans for youth engagement and identify collaboration points for program improvement and service delivery.
WE’ve PARTNERed WITH…
Experts and professionals to:
Work on child welfare policies;
Help you navigate State and Federal laws, policies, and statutes related to child welfare, and youth in transition; and
Contribute and co-author publications and resources related to child welfare policy and legislation.