Relationship-Based Recruiting: Engaging Foster Parents, Birth Parents, and Youth Training Training Video

Denise Parker - QPI Coordinator, Clark County, Nevada | Kate Rickord - Sr. Director of Treatment and Foster Care, Minnesota | Curtis & Darlene Bell - Foster Parents, Minnesota | Molly Clore - Foster Family Support Supervisor, Florida | Susan Ripley - Director of Foster Home Licensing, Florida | Jennifer Erbes - Manager, Recruitment Development Support Unit, Nevada | Greg & Barbara Van Leer - Foster Parents, Minnesota


April 30, 2019

Handouts:
Big Bend Community Based Care - Foster Family Support Program (PDF) | CHAMPS Playbook, 2nd Edition (PDF) | CHAMPS QPI Presentation (PDF) | Clark County, NV DFS Presentation (PDF) | Clark County, NV DFS Follow-Up Presentation (PDF) | Foster Family Support Program Newsletter, Vol. 1, Issue 1 (PDF) | Preparations to Win (PDF)

(note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

Training Description

This session will provide concrete examples of sites that have used caregivers and others to lead efforts to recruit families to meet the needs of children and youth in the child welfare system. Participants will discuss creative approaches to engaging caregivers and youth, demonstrating how thriving partnerships are created by enabling and supporting relationships.



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