Blogs

Nebraska Progress Update – Addressing Secondary Traumatic Stress
Nebraska is building resiliency to address worker turnover. This post provides an update on their implementation of CFS Strong, a three-part model to address secondary trauma among child welfare workers and supervisors.
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Strategies to Improve Child Welfare Worker Retention
Many organizations & teams are looking for answers to the challenge of worker turnover in child welfare. This blog post highlights research and strategies described in several publications and discusses the connection to the work being done by the QIC-WD.
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Coping in the Time of COVID: Evidence-Informed Strategies to Support YOU & the Child Welfare Workforce
This recorded webinar breaks down the research into useful tips for frontline workers, supervisors, managers, parents, and child welfare administrators who want to support themselves and the workforce during this unprecedented situation.
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Supervising Child Welfare Professionals Virtually during a Pandemic
Strategies to help supervisors support their staff, encourage team cohesion, and ensure the work will continue throughout the COVID 19 crisis.
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