The Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare is pleased to announce our 19th Annual Spring Child Welfare Conference.
Criminal Justice Involvement of Families in Child Protection: Impact and Implications
Families that become involved with the child welfare system face many challenges. Involvement with the criminal justice system, whether past or present, creates additional barriers for child welfare involved families. In understanding the vast complexities of their lives, it is important to emphasize how greatly families are impacted by intersectional involvement with both of these systems. As child welfare professionals work to support families and to address the every day challenges they face, this conference aims to ignite a discussion around how we better serve families at the intersection of these two systems on both a local and national level.
Wednesday, April 19, 2018
9 am-12 noon
TCF Bank Stadium, University of Minnesota (View Map)
An overview of families at the intersection of both the criminal justice and child welfare systems, with particular attention to racial disparities and disproportionalities that exist in both. Presented by Dr. Keva M. Miller, Ph.D., LCSW. Dr. Miller is an Associate Dean and Associate Professor at Portland State University School of Social Work. Her research and practice areas are criminal justice and child welfare with an emphasis on racial disproportionality and disparity. She works collaboratively with organizations to evaluate program effectiveness and enhance service delivery.
Register now for off-site groups ONLY.
Registration for individual webstream and on-site attendees will open February 12th, 2018.
CASCW will be submitting a request for 3 CEHs to the Minnesota Board of Social Work for this event.