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The Field Guide to Child Welfare

"The Field Guide to Child Welfare is unprecedented ... it is comprehensive in scope, grounded in principle, insightful in its treatment of complex topics, pragmatic and sensible in its proposed solutions."

- David S. Liederman
Child Welfare League of America

The Field Guide to Child Welfare was written to support the education and training of child welfare professionals throughout their careers. As a text for college-level child welfare courses and field placement, it provides students with a thorough understanding of the practice of child welfare, integrated with substantial content on basic tenets of child and family development, comprehensive assessment and case planning, cultural competence, and interpersonal helping skills. The Field Guide was also designed to support and enhance inservice training for child welfare caseworkers and supervisors.

Now, the entire text of the four volume Field Guide to Child Welfare is also available in a searchable web-based format online!
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NARCCW’s Director, Dr. Ronald Hughes, received the Peter Forsythe Award for Leadership in Child Welfare for his contributions to the field of public child welfare. The Peter Forsythe Award is presented annually by the National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators (NAPCWA), an affiliate of APHSA, to a person who exhibits leadership in the field of public child welfare and in support of NAPCWA’s mission. The award criteria include exemplary work at the national and regional levels in support of child welfare agencies’ efforts to protect children and support families. The award was presented at the American Public Human Services Association’s 75th Conference in Washington, D.C., on March 22, 2005.
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