Indian Child Welfare

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Description

Learn the historical, legal and socio/economic basis for Indian Child Welfare law and policy. Learn how these laws and policies may affect case planning and permanency for Native children who are placed in your home. Participate in an open dialogue about the enriching experiences and the challenges for you as a caregiver to Native children.  And learn how to best care for the Native child in your home including supporting the child’s cultural enrichment and enhancing the child’s ties to their Tribal community.  

Length (hours)

6

Prerequisite

None

Audience

Caregivers

Audience Description

Caregivers, foster parents, adoptive parents and relative caregivers.

Dates and Locations

 
Olympia
Classroom
June 17, 2017 - 10:00am - 4:15pm
Trainers:
Betsy Tulee, MSW, Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
Location:
Olympia, Olympia Center 222 Columbia St NW Olympia WA 98507, Room 100 Map

The link to the facility is: http://olympiawa.gov/community/parks/the-olympia-center.aspx

Please feel free to bring a meal and/or refreshments.

Please do not bring children to this training as no child care is available.

If you require an interpreter, please contact me 3-4 weeks in advance so arrangements may be made.

Questions?  Please contact Shelly Myers at mysh300@uw.edu or 206 221-0308.

Need help registering? Call 1-866-577-1915 or email help@acwe.on.spiceworks.com

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