News from the Field: October 2018

NFTF Oct 2018Welcome to our monthly feature, News from the Field! This is an extension of the bottom of our newsletter. We will be providing you with some of the latest news, resources, and local & national professional development opportunities. If you haven’t already, sign up to get our monthly e-newsletter in your inbox.

Have you registered for our #CWConf18 yet? It’s going to be a great day of learning and networking! We hope to see you there! Lot’s of great opportunities this October to learn more about child trafficking prevention, grief and loss, mental health and new child welfare-related publications and reports! Check it all out below!

News From The Field

2018 UT Child Welfare Conference
November 9th, 8-4pm, ATX, 6.75 CEUs

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A Professional’s Guide to Protecting Children from Trafficking
Healthy Youth Partnership and Girls with Grit: October 23, 3 – 4:30 pm, Austin, TX

Healthier Texas Summit
IT’S TIME TEXAS and the University of Texas: October 25-26, Austin, TX

NAMI Texas 2018 Conference
October 26-27, Austin, TX

Central Texas Grief and Loss Conference
Steve Hicks School of Social Work: November 1 – 2, Austin, TX

National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health Conference
November 1 – 3, Houston, TX

Strengthening Youth and Families Conference
Texas Juvenile Justice Department: November 5 – 8, Galveston, TX

The Strengths Model: An Evidence-Based Approach to Case Management
Lifeworks: November 9, 9 am – 12 pm, Austin, TX

Treating Trauma Master Series: A 5-Module Series on the Treatment of Trauma
National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine
Weds/Thurs through November 8, online video

 

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Child & Youth Care Forum: Work engagement and child care providers: An application of the job demands-resources model

Texas Children’s Commission:  Education of Children & Youth Placed in Residential Treatment Round Table Report

Texas Children’s Commission: 2018 Study of Legal Representation in Child Protective Services Cases

Chronicle of Social Change: Profiles in permanence: What’s being done to improve adoptions and guardianships

Chronicle of Social Change Project: Who Cares: A National Count of Foster Homes and Families

Texas Criminal Justice Coalition: Young adults and community supervision: The need for a developmentally appropriate approach to probation

Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal:  Foster care alumni and higher education: A descriptive study of post-secondary achievements of foster youth in Texas

Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal: The Immigration Humanitarian Crisis Is Not Going Away—And SocialWork Needs to Step Up

Annie E. Casey Foundation: Opening Doors for Young Parents

Annie E. Casey Foundation: A Blueprint for Embedding Evidence-Based Practices in Child Welfare