Please join the second in a series of monthly webinars devoted to tracking federal and state efforts to build and use evidence-based programs in child welfare!
This month’s featured topic: Building Evidence for Home Visiting
- Introductions: Patrick Lester, Children’s Home & Aid / Family First Evidence & Child Welfare Collaborative (moderator)
- Child Welfare Emergency Assistance Act (S. 4172): Shilesha Bamberg from Sen. Sherrod Brown’s office will present on this bill. Background information on the bill can be found here.
- Family First and In-Home Parent Skill-based Programs: Kyle Peplinski and Ann Stock from the Division of Home Visiting and Early Childhood Systems at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) will discuss lessons learned and intersections between the home visiting and Family First-funded evidence-based in-home parenting programs.
- Spotlight: Healthy Families America: Kathleen Strader from Healthy Families America and Jaime Russell from Children’s Home & Aid will present on lessons learned on evidence-building and successful scaling for this evidence-based model.
The webinar will be held on Wednesday, August 12, from 1-2 pm Eastern / 12-1 pm Central. To receive the log-in information, please RSVP by filling out the registration form below.
This webinar is part of the ongoing Family First Evidence & Child Welfare Collaborative series which brings policy and practice experts together each month to focus on a specific topic related to the implementation of the Family First Prevention Services Act. The collaborative webinar series is hosted by the Ahqluist Center for Policy, Practice & Innovation at Children’s Home & Aid.