by Marin County Case Reviewers
Wednesday, September 22
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Join us for a Mom2Mom training at 100 Palm Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901. Marin County, along with all 58 counties in the state are participating in a federal review process to obtain feedback and assess areas where counties are doing well and areas where counties can make improvements so that children and families have better outcomes. As part of the review process, case reviewers meet with resource parents to ask about their experiences with Child Welfare Services. Resource parents are an essential piece to a child and family’s experience with child welfare and having their input is paramount. Information obtained from the interview is summarized in aggregate reports and assists in measuring the quality of services, ensuring that federal outcomes and expectations are reached. Marin County would like the opportunity for you to meet Marin Case Reviewers and hear about a typical interview. Please click the link below to RSVP. Appetizers and drinks provided. We look forward to seeing you there!
Parenting in Oz
by Rolf Van Leeuwen
Two upcoming sessions on consecutive Saturdays
October 2nd and 9th
10 am to 1:30 pm
Using colorful imagery from Wizard of Oz, this training provides the tools necessary to heal the trauma that underlies our kiddo’s challenging behavior.
The Legal Panel
with Judge Beverly Wood;Minor’s Council Wasacz, Hilley & Fullerton;
County Council Deidre Smith, Margaret Coyne of AdvoKids,
and a CASA representative; facilitated by Riley Hurd
Wednesday, November 10th
6:30 to 8:00 pm(Location TBD)
Submit your questions pertaining to the laws around the dependency system, the reasoning behind them, and how they relate to your role as an advocate for a foster child.
by Marlene Capra
of SpeakSAFE-Save Adolescents from Exploitation
Wednesday, October 27
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Join us for Mom2Mom training as we discuss Human
Trafficking/Youth Exploitation including:
– where, how, and why it’s happening
– Understanding vulnerabilities, trauma and risk factors
– Empowering our youth through a trauma informed program for the entire school community.