Global Event Services has 15 years of experience in events industry. Culturally Meaningful Child Protection Responses within Muslim Communities Children in child welfare experience a variety of negative impacts related to their social determinants of health (SDOH), e.g., social relationships, mental health, trauma, education, community, and economic well-being. Presenters: Mohammed Baobaid, Eugene Tremblay and Sahar Atalla, Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration, London, ON, E9 – This session will feature two presentations: App Splash Page – $3,000 (Exhibitor/Sponsor Exclusive), App Banner Ads – $2,000 (Exhibitor Rate – $1,000), App Premium Banner Ads – $4,000 (Exhibitor Rate – $1,500). Adoptive families face challenges and have needs that manifest at different times across the life course. His capacity to navigate complex systems and bring together academicians, policy-makers, and practitioners from many cultures to achieve the goals of social work and social development is unsurpassed. Presenters: Anayra Tua and Mayra Lopez, Proyecto Nacer, Bayamon, PR, D2 – Engaging Global Communities in Child Protection Systems Strengthening: ChildFund’s Rapid Ethnographic Assessment Approach for Community-Based Child Protection (CBCP) Mapping in the America’s, Africa, and Asia Our public policy team is listening to the specific needs expressed by you in the field so that they can be shared with key decision-makers at the federal level. By focusing on creating a solid academic research environment, Global Conference Services helps to bring together scholars, experts, researchers and those who seek out new ideas and strive for new achievements from all over the world. Meeting with your Representatives or Senators is incredibly important. BUILDING THE NEXT GENERATION OF CHILD WELFARE LEADERS As always, CWLA continues all of our ongoing efforts with an additional focus on needs resulting from the pandemic. In 2017, after receiving funding from the Jerry M. Lewis, MD Mental Health Research Foundation, Lena Pope partnered with Texas Christian University (TCU) to conduct a year-long research evaluation of the program. This session strives to educate the audience on the importance of early father and relative identification and engagement, as well as associated barriers. They may be relatives or kin, foster families, or adoptive families. Persetners  will share how this approach can be generalized for other communities. In MST-IPV, conjoint couples treatment is provided along with an array of individualized treatments for all family members to address the drivers (e.g., parental substance abuse) and consequences (e.g., adult and child trauma symptoms) of IPV. No matter who or what is in the headlines, you can bet the Capitol Steps will tackle both sides of the political spectrum and all things equally foolish. Exhibitors receive deep discounts on conference mobile event app advertising. As a keynote speaker, your knowledge would be an excellent addition to our program. We are working to find alternate ways to share and collaborate around conference content. Born in Ethiopia, at an early age he was forced to flee amid great civic turmoil after the overthrow of the Emperor Haile Selasse. Exhibitors can “sponsor” the cards by selecting to contribute as an add-on option when registering. The Association is the collection of permanency and Medicaid professionals that implement the Compact and work together to provide interstate answers, resources, and solutions to families, agencies, states, and the public. Presenters: Kelly Acevedo, Jacqueline Martin, Susan Morley and Eva Mardak, New York City Administration for Children’s Services, New York, NY, C6 – Implementation of Qualified Residential Treatment Programs and Accreditation in States: Where are We Now? Through the Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration project in 2015, the Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services and Catholic Charities entered into a partnership to bring Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) services to Anne Arundel County in Maryland. INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE, X. Please be sure to make your reservation under our conference group block to ensure waiver of the destination fee charged at this hotel. 2020 Public Child Welfare Conference. Presenters will share an overview of Catholic Charities’ programs for unaccompanied children and their families; review best practices; highlight Catholic Charities’ initiatives, collaborations, and strategies in its continuum of care; and review outputs and outcomes that inform decision-making. This workshop will highlight the steps these four states have taken to intervene in early adversities, including efforts to identify child and youth victims and recognize their needs, as well as the different state-specific paths taken to respond to identified needs. Where are We Going? Presenters: Angelique Day, University of Washington School of Social Work, Seattle, WA; Holly Luna, Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families, Olympia, WA; Rosalyn Alber, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Home and Community Services, Tacoma, WA; Alison Caliendo, Foster Kinship, North Las Vegas, NV; Mark Preston, Mark Preston Consulting, LLC, North Las Vegas, NV; Bob Ruble, Foster Kinship, Buena Park, CA; and Bacall Hincks, Children’s Service Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, Saturday, March 28 • 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm Rose Hill’s unique model of assigning a substance use disorder clinician, a mental health counselor, and a family counselor ensures a dynamic approach to the family. Selected nominees will be invited to receive their award in person at the CWLA 2020 Conference: 100th Anniversary Year, scheduled to take place from March 25-29, 2020. The Kempe Center is hosting this conference—A Call to Action to Change Child Welfare, from October 5-8, 2020. “Humanities and Social Science Conference in London, United Kingdom in February 2021” INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE, XV. The conference hotel is only a short distance away from Capitol Hill offices—just a brief walk or quick ride to reach your Senators and Representatives—making it easy for you to share your constituent voices without missing important conference programming. In this session, the presenters will provide a clinical overview and preliminary outcome data for an innovative new treatment model, Multisystemic Therapy for Intimate Partner Violence (MST-IPV), designed to comprehensively address the co-occurring problem of child maltreatment and IPV within families involved in the child protective service system. LaTex Style (PDF). First proofs will be emailed to the corresponding author after acceptance. Many young professionals lack a blueprint or pipeline that provides them with strategies or opportunities to progress to leadership roles in the field of child welfare. This session will share family members’ experiences with Connecticut’s child welfare, early childhood, and substance use treatment systems, offering a candid perspective on what every practitioner needs to know about how to help support and strengthen the families they serve. This assignment follows and builds upon his leadership in development of social work education and social development in Ethiopia, Mauritania, and Comoros. There is an opportunity for every organization and budget! Please review the TAKE-ONE EXHIBITING GUIDELINES & TERMS. Breaking the Cycle Through Relationships:  Improving Maternal and Child Outcomes in Families who are Substance-Involved MST-IPV provides evidence-based conjoint couples therapy to help partners stay together without violence or separate safely while maintaining a coparenting relationship. Presenters: Alison Delpercio and Jean-Phillipe Regis, Human Rights Campaign, Washington, DC, D8 – Secondary Traumatic Stress-Breakthrough Series: Strengthening Agency Practice to Respond to Staff Trauma and Promote Workplace Wellness A perfect add-on for conference exhibitors and advertisers, or CWLA members and supporters who wish to help us commemorate 100 years of service. First, presenters will share an introduction of GA Families 360 use of ZOOM, a technology-based Virtual Care Coordination. To prevent child maltreatment, the Caring for Family at High-Risk program has been implemented for 15 years in Taiwan. Dr. Tina Champagne is the Chief Executive Officer of Cutchins Programs for Children and Families in Northampton, MA USA. Presenters: Felicity Sackville Northcott and Elaine R. Weisman, International Social Service-USA, Baltimore, MD, C5 – An Innovative and Strategic Partnership in New York City Prevention Services: Investigative Consultations for Strengthening and Supporting Families at Risk of Domestic Violence You are welcome to SUBMIT your research paper or manuscript to Child Welfare Conference Track will be held at Child Welfare Conference is one of the leading research topics in the international research conference domain.Child Welfare is a conference track under the Humanities and Social Science Conference which aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Humanities and Social Science. For general underwriting expenses needed to host the conference. NOTES “School Shootings Spark Everyday Worries: Parent and Child Trends Survey 2018” September 18, 2018. It will also provide a practical overview of basic brain function and the impact of trauma on the brain’s organization, function, and structure. Contact us at [email protected] for more information or to discuss which sponsor opportunities work best for your organization! Thursday, March 26 Workshop Sessions E, E1 – Linking Systems of Care for Children and Youth Presenters: Stan Waddell and Roy W. Van Tassell, Centene Corporation, Lubbock, TX; and Jennifer Funaro, Centene Corporation, New York, NY, F7 – Healing Trauma: Applying Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) ), National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Reno, NV, H5 – Relational Permanence Through Sibling Bonds: Overnight Camp as a Catalyst Capitol Hill Policy Briefing & Advocacy Preparation, 9:00 am – 10:45 am INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE, I. Presenters: Russ Bermejo and Alexis Balkey, Children and Family Futures, Lake Forest, CA, H2 – National Child Protection Policy of Ethiopia: Strengthening Family and Community-Based Support Systems to Promote Child Well-Being Accrediting bodies approved under FFPSA (CARF, COA and The Joint Commission) will share their perspective on lessons learned to help providers prepare for and successfully achieve national accreditation. 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm Rural communities have been at the epicenter of the opioid epidemic, and families living in rural areas have endured the full brunt of its impact. There have been many issues that have engaged and even riled CWLA membership over this past year: family separation, limitations on nutrition services, budget debates, and pending child welfare legislation. We apologize for any inconvenience. What more would you expect from the group that puts the “mock” in Democracy?! How can we change service structure in order to improve client/community experience? - “Humanities and Social Science Conference in Barcelona, Spain in October 2021” Four states are working simultaneously to change the way child-serving providers respond to young people who have been exposed to crimes or experienced trauma. 9:00 am – 12:00 pm The agency is also conducting the AFFIRM program with youth in foster care whoa re LGBTQ and their caregivers. INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE, XXVII. The presenter will also share a case study of community-based child protection mechanisms as evidence of how engaging communities helps to promote child well-being. Reserve mobile event app advertising options by February 14, 2020. Presentations must be submitted in advance using the online submission form. In 2018, ACS launched the Investigative Consultation Initiative providing background clearances on prevention services cases where there are domestic violence risk factors and/or criminal history. Presenter: Delia Pop, Hope and Homes for Children, London, United Kingdom, F1- Regulate then Educate! Themes related to the development and support of kinship, foster, and adoptive caregivers will be the focus of presentations and discussion. The CWLA 2021 National Conference will be held in Washington, DC from March 9-13, 2021. INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE, XXXII. CWLA is currently focused on addressing the unprecedented situation of the COVID-19 pandemic that is impacting our communities and threatening the health and safety of our workforce and those with whom we work every day – children, families, and communities. Presenters: Dana Burdnell Wilson, Morgan State University School of Social Work, Baltimore, MD; Robert B. Hill, Westat (Retired), Washington, DC; Mark F. Testa, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC; and Charlene Ingram, CWLA, Erial, NJ, E5 – Group Facilitation During Organizational Transitions – CANCELED, E6 – Family Members as Experts–What Every Practitioner Needs to Know: Sharing our Lived Experience with Child Welfare, Early Childhood, and Treatment Services in Connecticut Participants will gain an understanding of the scope and nature of the tasks the team was charged with carrying out, as well as key aspects of the membership, roles, and functioning of the team that enabled it to be successful. In 2019, the Lafayette Family Preservation Court implemented the Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) protocol for families involved in child welfare in the hopes of identifying and appropriately treating parental substance use, depression, and risk of opioid overdose early on in the life of the case. Building Bridges to Families: Keeping Children with their Families and Preventing Unnecessary Separation Learning Lab Sessions H, H1 – Fostering Hope and Healing: The Role of Resource Parents and Kinship Caregivers in Supporting Family Recovery and Reunification What will the challenges be in 2020? He has led legislation to strengthen mental health parity laws, expand Medicaid coverage, and ensure that all children and pregnant women have access to mental health treatment. On Tuesday, October 4, Nicki Weld—internationally known social work author, educator, and co-creator of the Three Houses—will be presenting a day-long pre-conference session, called Professional Dangerousness in Child Welfare, at the NCCD Conference on Children, Youth, and Families (as well as a conference workshop on the Three Houses). Pay by credit card or select “Bill Me” option to receive an invoice. INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE, XXX. Advertise on the Conference Mobile Event App and in the printed final Conference Program to assure your increased impressions, visibility, and brand awareness with our attendees. This presentation will orient participants to Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®), an evidence-based, trauma-informed, developmentally respective, and attachment-based caregiving model aimed at healing and supporting attachment for children with histories of complex developmental trauma. On behalf of the International Conference on Humanities and Social Science, we cordially invite participants to speak as a keynote speaker on advances in the field of Humanities and Social Science research at the conference. Driven by local data, Sleep Baby Safely uses direct language, consistent messaging, and coordinated materials to deliver safe sleep education across family touchpoints. In this session you will hear from youth and providers about the critical importance of tribal, public and private child welfare agencies working together and in partnership with other community-based resources to provide comprehensive and seamless services for youth who are transitioning to adulthood. INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE, XXIV. This approach requires inclusion of kinship caregivers for children separated from their parents. Communities That Care (CTC) is a prevention system designed to reduce levels of adolescent delinquency and substance use through the selection and use of effective preventive interventions tailored to a community’s specific profile of risk and protection. - “Humanities and Social Science Conference in San Francisco, United States in November 2021” To capture this information, we have developed a webpage to share news, information, and resources on COVID-19. Presenters: Cathy Hockaday, Iowa State University, Ames, IA Presenters: Shashika Peeligama and C.J. The study analyzed placement patterns in three states (Illinois, New York, and Tennessee) comparing TFC with congregate care, standard foster care and kinship foster care settings. All presenters are encouraged to check and review their presentations in advance. Our training, consultation, and publications teams are ensuring that we are able to provide virtual training opportunities on key topics and to develop practice guides and tip cards that agencies, communities, and families can use to keep children safe during the pandemic. What have We Learned? Access to the conference room is available only to registered participants. This session will share legal research from all 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories on standby guardianship policies; discuss the benefits and challenges of these types of policies; and share strategies the presenters are using to change and improve these policies to protect children and families. We are planning to acknowledge the incredible contributions to the field of child and family services by professionals and volunteers with special recognition and awards; highlight CWLA’s accomplishments over the years and significant landmarks in child welfare with a unique history display; present input gathered from special meetings of member agencies and community partners to help define future priorities to support and promote well-being for children and families in their communities; and host a memorable Gala Dinner and entertainment on Friday, March 27. The Approach provides guidance about building protective factors that studies show lessen the impact of domestic violence on survivors, and about working with persons causing harm to both hold them accountable and provide meaningful pathways to positive change. Community-based, informal social assistance that has evolved at the family and extended family level, and more widely at the community level, has a long tradition in Ethiopia. Make plans to enjoy the nation’s capital by taking in the sights of your favorite American landmarks. Presenters: Cindy M. Schaeffer, University of Maryland Child Psychiatry, Baltimore, MD; and Cynthia C. Swenson, Division of Global and Community Health, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, B3 – Realizing the Promise of Family First: Lessons Learned from the District of Columbia’s Family First Implementation Team Both offer transformative opportunities to improve outcomes for children and families through comprehensive systemic assessments, which identified opportunities to reshape our policy, practice, and organizational structure. INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE, XIII. Building off the momentum of the passage of the Family First Prevention Services Act (Family First) and the reauthorization of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act (JJDPA), there are many opportunities to pass legislation to improve the lives of youth who are vulnerable. AAICAMA – ICAMA State Member Sessions (Invitation only), 12:30 pm – 5:30 pm The Rose Hill model requires close collaboration between the local social service department, family courts – and specialized courts such as human trafficking – schools, and mental health providers identified in the youth’s treatment and discharge plan. Space will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis beginning November 15, 2019. This session will share the ACTIVE Family Support (AFS) model, which was developed by Hope and Homes for Children based on 20 years of practical experience in different countries and regions undergoing the transition from institutional to community and family-based child protection and care systems. Participants will learn tangible tools (and the “why” behind them) that they can use immediately to create a trauma-sensitive, healing environments within their homes as caregivers and their professional practice. Glackin, Center for Court Innovation, New York, NY, A2 – What About Dad? Participants are invited to come share their successes and challenges regarding fatherhood engagement and learn about nationwide efforts for networking, advocating for, and supporting fathers in child welfare. Tested, documented and externally evaluated, the AFS model has proven effective and scalable across the world, in Eastern and Southern Europe, in East and Southern Africa, and in emerging programs in India, Nepal and Latin America. This workshop will give participants a unique look at how CARE is implemented and sustained through the experience of two organizations. Second, presenters will focus on the innovative Value Added Benefit program offered by Anthem to children receiving assistance in Indiana who are in foster care or adopted. The official language is English. View conferences and calls for papers related to child abuse and neglect, child welfare, and adoption by month and/or state, or submit your conference. Capitol Hill Visits (3) Indigenous innovations that address not just children, youth, and families who are the most vulnerable, but the services and policies in place that may do harm to those they are trying to protect and help. Presenters: Brandi Hawk and Susan Timmer, University of California-Davis CAARE Center, Sacramento, CA, A6 – Enhancing Child Welfare Client Service and Experience: From Principles to Process to Product, and Using Intersectional Data Analysis This workshop session will look at impacts of SDoH and interventions that the Centene Corporation is doing to improve health outcomes by addressing issues impacting the whole person. The partnership, with vendor Educational Tutorial Services, has received overwhelming support from the state, and from families and youth receiving the service. Virtual meetings occur much more frequently than face-to-face visits, and staff and caregivers have access to bring in multiple members of their Care Team to their meeting. The Capitol Steps began over 30 years ago as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them. The importance of preserving and strengthening families is a central focus in our ongoing commitment to assure the safety, well-being, and permanence of children. This super session is structured to provide information about the various types of funding options that can be braided together for the continuum of prevention services and one state’s experience in understanding the implications, opportunities, and challenges of this legislation. This session will address the impact of fostering, adopting, and kinship caregiving on birth and previously adopted children within the foster, kinship, and adoptive family. As the main service provider, Child Welfare League Foundation will share our experiences of program implementation and management. Moderators will be strict about timing. "International Child Welfare Conference: Global Issues Facing Youth" November 4, 2006. Presenters: We have an international team of well-known and highly regarded presenters who have vast experience in the development and support of kinship, foster, and adoptive families and in implementing models of practice across multiple countries and continents. In June 1989, 38 national organizations and networks operating in child welfare, encompassing about 300 NGOs all over the world, joined in the founding of the “International Forum for Child Welfare” (IFCW) in Haikko, Finland. Nominators may also submit additional materials, including articles, letters, videos, etc., to support the nomination. This session will feature an overview of the neuroscience and psychology behind addictions. Company logo on full screen displayed when mobile event app is launched or refreshed. Presenters: Rachael Maconachy, Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services, Annapolis, MD; Kelly O’Brien and John Cosgrove, The Institute for Innovation & Implementation, University of Maryland School of Social Work, Baltimore, MD; and Vanessa O’Conner, Catholic Charities Child and Family Services, Millersville, MD, C3 – North Carolina’s Approach to Building Capacity for Family First Implementation Washington, DC is filled with exciting and memorable places to visit. INTERNATIONAL HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE, XXI. CWLA looks forward to our continued work together. Developed in 2017, the first National Child Policy articulates providing family support and care to strengthen the family, and creating a protective environment conducive for children and strengthening community-based sustainable care and support, values, and norms. 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