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Child Welfare Systems’ Response to Immigrant Children and Families: Indicators of Advancement and Emerging Challenges

By | Child Abuse/Neglect Prevention, Child Well-Being, Immigration Enforcement, Presentations, Social Work, Training & Tools

Child Welfare Systems’ Response to Immigrant Children and Families: Indicators of Advancement and Emerging Challenges

18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (April 2012)

Presented by Alan Dettlaff (Jane Addams College of Social Work), Yali Lincroft (First Focus), Emily Butera (Women’s Refugee Commission), & Jennifer Podkul (Women’s Refugee Commission) 18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Washington DC, April 2012

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Properly Assessing Immigrant Children & Their Families to Best Meet the Complex Needs While in the System

By | Child Abuse/Neglect Prevention, Child Well-Being, Foster Care, Immigrant Youth, Legal/Law, Presentations, Resources, Social Work, Training & Tools

Properly Assessing Immigrant Children & Their Families to Best Meet the Complex Needs While in the System

Ken Borelli, Consultant, Immigration and Child Welfare/BRYCS & Coauthor of SIJS Legislation; Lara Bruce, MSW, Program Specialist, American Humane Association (March 2011)

A presentation from the National CASA Conference March 19th – 22nd, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois, summarizing the process of child welfare system involvement through the lens of the experience of immigrant children.

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Immigrants and the Child Welfare System: Current Issues Facing Dependency Judges

By | Child Abuse/Neglect Prevention, Child Well-Being, Family Separation, Immigrant Youth, Immigration Enforcement, Legal/Law, Presentations, Resources, Social Work, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS), Training & Tools, Trainings, Unaccompanied Minors

Immigrants and the Child Welfare System: Current Issues Facing Dependency Judges

Center on Immigration and Child Welfare (March 2010)

A presentation covering the state of research and knowledge related to immigrants and the child welfare system in 2006 – 2010, with specific focus on issues facing dependency judges.

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Mental Health Need and Service Use Among Latino Children of Immigrants in the Child Welfare System

By | Child Abuse/Neglect Prevention, Child Well-Being, Culture: Issues and Competencies, Immigrant Youth, Presentations, Resources, Social Work, Training & Tools

Mental Health Need and Service Use Among Latino Children of Immigrants in the Child Welfare System

Presented by Alan Dettlaff (Jane Addams College of Social Work) & Jodi Berger Cardoso (University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work) Society for Social Work and Research, San Francisco, CA (January, 2010)

A presentation summarizing the current state of mental health needs and service use among the Latino children of immigrants in the child welfare system.

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