One of the first steps was a comprehensive review to make necessary modifications to a newly developed set of child welfare
worker competency statements.
Senate Health and Human Services Committee members voted unanimously to send a bill aimed at overhauling the state's child welfare
system to the full Senate for a vote.
In a news release issued by the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, the organization said the move by the Ministry of Social Services was a step towards the realization of First Nations Inherent and Treaty Right to Child Welfare
In fact, findings as to current racial discrimination within the child welfare
system are rather mixed.
A 2006 study conducted by the National Council on Crime and Delinquency found that the child welfare
caseload averaged 31 families with 43 children.
Housing and residing in low-income neighborhoods are especially troubling areas for families involved in the child welfare
The review should determine if, as in the Maples case, child welfare
workers received reports and failed to adequately investigate them.
The story of how Benson and both of his sons wound up in care with child welfare
is complex and tragic, he said.
The authors provide detailed instructions for the micro and macro practice of Family Group Conferencing including how to prepare for and conduct conferences as well as how to deal with the larger child welfare
agency and policy arenas.
The changes were designed to transfer the responsibility for Aboriginal child welfare
to Aboriginal authorities.
On June 26, 2006, we briefed Congressional staff on the results of our study of state child welfare
She demonstrates how new ways of understanding youth prompted new ways of classifying girls' behaviour: "child welfare