Archive for the ‘child welfare’ tag

Press Release: Effective Frontline Supervision Essential to Child Protection Services

National Association of Social Workers Releases Report on Workplace, Skills and Support Challenges WASHINGTON, D.C.  //March 31, 2011// Every day a child in the U.S. dies from child abuse and neglect.  In many instances, these horrific deaths could be prevented. Every day, public child welfare employees, many of whom are professional social workers, witness some […]

April 1st, 2011 at 9:40 am

Supervision: The Safety Net for Front-Line Child Welfare Practice

The quality of the direct services provided to children and families, the positive outcomes of service delivery, the successful recruitment and retention of workers, and the ability of child welfare organizations to function in times of change and stress depend on the recognition, development and affirmation of supervisors as crucial organizational and community leaders (National […]

Photo Gallery: Social Work Policy Symposium on Child Welfare Supervision

Social Work Policy Symposium on Child Welfare Supervision to Address Gaps, Opportunities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 18, 2010 Gail Woods Waller 202.336.8236 gwaller@naswdc.org Social Work Policy Symposium on Child Welfare Supervision to Address Gaps, Opportunities Third in series of think tank discussions seeks to improve outcomes for vulnerable children   WASHINGTON, DC—As child welfare tragedies continue to grab headlines around the country, finding new ways to educate […]

November 18th, 2010 at 10:29 am

Child Welfare

Professional Social Workers in Child Welfare Work: Research Addressing the Recruitment and Retention Dilemma Background Recruitment and Retention Challenges Supporting Professional Social Work in Child Welfare Important Links References & Resources This month, the NASW Research Web Page focuses on a number of studies that identify challenges to recruitment and retention; provides research and resource […]

January 4th, 2010 at 12:33 pm

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