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Upcoming National CASA Webinars

CASA volunteers can register for any of these trainings and attend virtually, in order to earn credits toward their 12 hours of annual continuing education. After registering and attending a training, you should receive a certificate of completion in your email, which you can forward to melanie@21casa.org

Family First: Implementation Updates and Emerging Consideration

1:00-2:30 PM, March 31, 2022

This webinar will explore the current state of Family First implementation related to prevention services. Family First remains the most important transformative child welfare policy of the 21st century. Approximately 20 Prevention Plans have been approved to date with a similar number submitted awaiting approval. Implementation varies across the country though several themes are emerging related to innovations and challenges. An overview of the services being provided, the infrastructure being developed, and the innovations and challenges will be discussed. Considerations related to prevention via community pathways, race equity, and economic and concrete supports will be discussed. Also on the presentation panel will be staff from the CASA/GAL Network to share their experiences with Family First implementation in their state as a core strategy to prevent child abuse and neglect and entry into foster care.

Number of in-service credits: 1.5

 

Presenter: Katie Rollins and Yasmin Grewal-Kök of Chapin Hall

As a part of the registration process, you will be asked to enter a Program ID #; please use 10026.

Recorded Trainings from National CASA

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National CASA provides access to many recorded virtual trainings through their course catalog.

The catalog includes clickable links to start the trainings. You should be asked for your email when you begin a training, and you will be emailed a certificate verifying completion afterward. Please forward your certificate to melanie@21casa.org