Developed with the input of youth advocates, the series engages child welfare leaders, legislators, advocates and others in a discussion about what is needed to transform the nation’s child welfare system into one that equitably supports children and families in their communities as a means to prevent foster care placements.
The series is made up of three 60-minute episodes of wide-ranging conversations between panelists and participants. View the recorded sessions for free by following the links and using the accompanying passcode:
Session One: Reasons We Should Imagine a New Child and Family Well-Being System
Session Two: Early Examples of Communities Imagining and Creating a Child and Family Well-Being System
Session Three: What Can an Equitable Foster Care Experience Look Like in the Future?