News from the Field: July 2017
This month, we’re sharing a new publication on adverse parenting styles and other resources in the field of child welfare.
We’re also featuring legislative analysis and recaps and some resources for you to ponder… hopefully by a pool. Happy 4th of July!
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News from the Field
3 interesting webinars coming up this July on the 85th Texas legislature child welfare bills.
HYP Austin Monthly Workshop, July 25th 3-4:30 pm LifeWorks, ATX
A child welfare and early childhood legislative debrief fromTexProtects. July 27th, 1:30-3:30 pm, ATX
2017 KIDS COUNT Report: State Trends in Child Wellbeing
Annie E. Casey Foundation’s newest report ranks Texas 41st for child wellbeing.
Coffee Breaks with TXICFW: What Professionals Need to Know About “13 Reasons Why”
We hosted Dr. Amanda Barczyk, from Dell Children’s Trauma and Injury Research Center to discuss teen suicide prevention and the popular Netflix show.
Sexual Activity and Contraceptive Use Among Teenagers in the United States, 2011-2015
Teen sexual activity and contraceptive use has remained steady and/or improved.
A Trauma-Informed Toolkit for Providers in the Field of Intellectual Disabilities
From The Center for Disability Services and ACEresponse
Study explores how adverse parenting styles can follow a multi-generational cycle
New research in Canada exploring how trauma follows families across generations.