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Message ID: 9168
Date: 2012-05-21

Author:Brodowski, Melissa (ACF)

Subject:FYI: Commissioner's National Town Hall: Promoting Social and Emotional Well-being and the Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Projects

FYI – I’m sorry for the short notice. This Town Hall will be recorded and posted if you are unable to join today. Melissa Lim Brodowski, PhD, MSW, MPH Prevention Specialist Office on Child Abuse and Neglect Children's Bureau, ACYF, ACF, USDHHS 1250 Maryland Ave, SW 8th Floor #8111 Washington, DC 20024 Phone: 202-205-2629 Fax: 202-260-9345 Email: melissa.brodowski@acf.hhs.gov From: bounce-430727-87096@listserve.icfi.com [mailto:bounce-430727-87096@listserve.icfi.com] On Behalf Of Keplinger, Stephen Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2012 3:44 PM To: Child Abuse Prevention Partners Subject: [MARKETING EMAIL][cap-partners] Commissioner’s National Town Hall: Promoting Social and Emotional Well-being and the Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Projects Importance: High A Child Abuse Prevention Partners listserv message ----- Commissioner’s National Town Hall: Promoting Social and Emotional Well-being and the Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Projects WHEN: May 21, 2012 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. (Eastern) REGISTER TO ATTEND ONLINE: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/750327082 ATTEND IN PERSON: Aerospace Building, 901 D Street SW 7th Floor Multipurpose Room Please RSVP to kate.stepleton@acf.hhs.gov Join Commissioner Bryan Samuels of the Administration on Children, Youth and Families during National Foster Care Month for an interactive Town Hall on promoting social and emotional well-being and the new child welfare waiver demonstration projects. Participants will have the opportunity to: · Learn about the importance of social and emotional well-being for children and families · Learn about priority areas for waiver demonstration projects · Hear about this year’s child welfare funding opportunities · Ask questions about promoting social and emotional well-being and the waiver demonstrations (information memorandum to be released prior to the event) ACYF has released the Information Memorandum (ACYF-CB-IM-12-04) Promoting Social and Emotional Well-being for Children and Youth Receiving Child Welfare Services to provide guidance to child welfare agencies looking to expand their capacity to make meaningful and measurable changes in social and emotional well-being for children who have experienced maltreatment, trauma, and/or exposure to violence. The document: * Articulates the impact of maltreatment on the health and well-being of children * Demonstrates opportunities in the current policy framework and current available resources for attending to well-being * Suggests strategies for transitioning child welfare systems toward promoting social and emotional well-being * Emphasizes the use of screening, functional assessment, and effective interventions * Provides a listing of Federal resources to aid states, tribes, and territories in this work The Child and Family Services Improvement and Innovation Act of 2011 provides the Department of Health and Human Services with authority to approve up to 10 child welfare waiver demonstration projects per year between FYs 2012 and 2014. Along with renewing this authority, the Act articulates additional criteria for States applying for waivers, including a requirement that projects must accomplish one of the following goals: increasing permanency; increasing positive outcomes and improving safety and well-being; and preventing child abuse and neglect and re-entry into foster care. Both information memoranda can be found at: http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cb/laws_policies/policy/im/im00index.htm#2012 ## Child Welfare Information Gateway A Service of the Children’s Bureau/ACF/HHS Stay Connected: www.childwelfare.gov Free Subscriptions: www.childwelfare.gov/admin/subscribe/

FYI – I’m sorry for the short notice. This Town Hall will be recorded and posted if you are unable to join today. Melissa Lim Brodowski, PhD, MSW, MPH Prevention Specialist Office on Child Abuse and Neglect Children's Bureau, ACYF, ACF, USDHHS 1250 Maryland Ave, SW 8th Floor #8111 Washington, DC 20024 Phone: 202-205-2629 Fax: 202-260-9345 Email: melissa.brodowskiacf.hhs.gov From: bounce-430727-87096listserve.icfi.com [mailto:bounce-430727-87096listserve.icfi.com] On Behalf Of Keplinger, Stephen Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2012 3:44 PM To: Child Abuse Prevention Partners Subject: [MARKETING EMAIL][cap-partners] Commissioner’s National Town Hall: Promoting Social and Emotional Well-being and the Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Projects Importance: High A Child Abuse Prevention Partners listserv message ----- Commissioner’s National Town Hall: Promoting Social and Emotional Well-being and the Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Projects WHEN: May 21, 2012 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. (Eastern) REGISTER TO ATTEND ONLINE: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/750327082 ATTEND IN PERSON: Aerospace Building, 901 D Street SW 7th Floor Multipurpose Room Please RSVP to kate.stepletonacf.hhs.gov Join Commissioner Bryan Samuels of the Administration on Children, Youth and Families during National Foster Care Month for an interactive Town Hall on promoting social and emotional well-being and the new child welfare waiver demonstration projects. Participants will have the opportunity to: · Learn about the importance of social and emotional well-being for children and families · Learn about priority areas for waiver demonstration projects · Hear about this year’s child welfare funding opportunities · Ask questions about promoting social and emotional well-being and the waiver demonstrations (information memorandum to be released prior to the event) ACYF has released the Information Memorandum (ACYF-CB-IM-12-04) Promoting Social and Emotional Well-being for Children and Youth Receiving Child Welfare Services to provide guidance to child welfare agencies looking to expand their capacity to make meaningful and measurable changes in social and emotional well-being for children who have experienced maltreatment, trauma, and/or exposure to violence. The document: * Articulates the impact of maltreatment on the health and well-being of children * Demonstrates opportunities in the current policy framework and current available resources for attending to well-being * Suggests strategies for transitioning child welfare systems toward promoting social and emotional well-being * Emphasizes the use of screening, functional assessment, and effective interventions * Provides a listing of Federal resources to aid states, tribes, and territories in this work The Child and Family Services Improvement and Innovation Act of 2011 provides the Department of Health and Human Services with authority to approve up to 10 child welfare waiver demonstration projects per year between FYs 2012 and 2014. Along with renewing this authority, the Act articulates additional criteria for States applying for waivers, including a requirement that projects must accomplish one of the following goals: increasing permanency; increasing positive outcomes and improving safety and well-being; and preventing child abuse and neglect and re-entry into foster care. Both information memoranda can be found at: http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cb/laws_policies/policy/im/im00index.htm#2012 ## Child Welfare Information Gateway A Service of the Children’s Bureau/ACF/HHS Stay Connected: www.childwelfare.gov Free Subscriptions: www.childwelfare.gov/admin/subscribe/