Learn more about the work of the Annie E. Casey Foundation by reviewing our latest webinars.
A new webinar explores how to approach three important considerations in financing prevention services under the Family First Prevention Services Act. It is the latest session in a series focused on implementing evidence-based practices in child welfare.
On Sept. 19, the Casey Foundation hosted a webinar sharing data and lessons from the first phase of Learn and Earn to Achieve Potential (LEAP). Click here to view the webinar.
On Aug. 22, 2019, the Annie E. Casey Foundation will host a webinar featuring officials from Root & Rebound, a center in California that advocates for people with criminal backgrounds.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation recently hosted a webinar exploring how advocates, community groups and others can work to increase housing options for people with criminal and arrest records. Watch the webinar.
This recording of the Engaging Tribal Mothers With Tradition webinar explores culturally relevant programs and how they can be effective in preventing child welfare involvement.
The Annie E. Casey and William T. Grant foundations are hosting a webinar on July 25, 2019, to examine how child welfare leaders can leverage the Family First Prevention Services Act to expand the use of culturally relevant prevention programs with Native American children.
Watch the Annie E. Casey Foundation's webinar recording on leveraging the Family First Prevention Services Act to advance equity in child welfare systems.
The Annie E. Casey and William T. Grant foundations are hosting a webinar on April 25, 2019, to explore how child welfare leaders can use the Family First Prevention Services Act to achieve equitable outcomes for children and families.
Watch the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s webinar recording, which explores responsible demolition protocols and strategies for repurposing blighted properties into vibrant, productive areas.