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Message ID: 9660
Date: 2014-07-02

Author:Debra Schwinn

Subject:Re: TFC Eligibility Resources?

Thank you Chris! Chris Olwine writes: NDCAN is a good source of information on child welfare related research findings; the link below will get you on their mailing list. In addition Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago also is a good source of information for those interested in research on the needs of child welfare youngsters; just put "Chapin Hall" in your query and you'll get hooked in. Forwarded message ---------- From: aa17 > Date: Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 2:49 PM Subject: Welcome to the NDACAN general mailing list To: Welcome to the National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect (NDACAN) general mailing list. NDACAN issues two electronic newsletters a year, and 1-3 other announcements about special events or opportunities (usually related to our Summer Research Institute). Attached is the electronic version of our brochure, and all information about our services appears on our Web site www.ndacan.cornell.edu . Please contact me if you have questions, or decide to be removed from our general mailing list. (Note that all NDACAN data users remain on our general mailing list until they report to NDACAN that they are no longer using the data.) Debra Schwinn writes: Hello Carisa, As far as my side of life goes, the best contact I have for this type of information would be Chris Olwine, LCSW. He is the Children's Project Manager for GOBHI. His email is: chris.olwine@gobhi.net . He is my go-to guy at work for all things revolving around therapeutic foster care. Chris is always running hard, doing an excellent job supporting all of our offices, so give him some time to respond to you. I am copying him in this reply. Hope this helps, Debra Schwinn, QMHP "Child Maltreatment Researchers" > writes: Oklahoma's child protective system is asking for assistance in developing a better protocol for determining if a child is eligible for therapeutic foster care. I am finding very little empirical research on this topic. Anyone aware of any helpful resources? Thank you, Carisa Chris Olwine, LCSW Children's Project Manager-GOBHI email: chris.olwine@gobhi.net tele: 541-298-2101 fax: 541-298-7996 This e-mail may contain confidential information that is being transmitted to and only for the use of the recipient(s) named above. Reading, disclosure, discussion, dissemination, distribution or copying this information by anyone other than the intended recipients or his or her employees or agents is strictly prohibited. If you have received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the Privacy Officer at (541) 298-2101 and delete all copies of the original message.

Thank you Chris! Chris Olwine writes: NDCAN is a good source of information on child welfare related research findings; the link below will get you on their mailing list. In addition Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago also is a good source of information for those interested in research on the needs of child welfare youngsters; just put "Chapin Hall" in your query and you'll get hooked in. Forwarded message ---------- From: aa17 > Date: Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 2:49 PM Subject: Welcome to the NDACAN general mailing list To: Welcome to the National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect (NDACAN) general mailing list. NDACAN issues two electronic newsletters a year, and 1-3 other announcements about special events or opportunities (usually related to our Summer Research Institute). Attached is the electronic version of our brochure, and all information about our services appears on our Web site www.ndacan.cornell.edu . Please contact me if you have questions, or decide to be removed from our general mailing list. (Note that all NDACAN data users remain on our general mailing list until they report to NDACAN that they are no longer using the data.) Debra Schwinn writes: Hello Carisa, As far as my side of life goes, the best contact I have for this type of information would be Chris Olwine, LCSW. He is the Children's Project Manager for GOBHI. His email is: chris.olwinegobhi.net . He is my go-to guy at work for all things revolving around therapeutic foster care. Chris is always running hard, doing an excellent job supporting all of our offices, so give him some time to respond to you. I am copying him in this reply. Hope this helps, Debra Schwinn, QMHP "Child Maltreatment Researchers" > writes: Oklahoma's child protective system is asking for assistance in developing a better protocol for determining if a child is eligible for therapeutic foster care. I am finding very little empirical research on this topic. Anyone aware of any helpful resources? Thank you, Carisa Chris Olwine, LCSW Children's Project Manager-GOBHI email: chris.olwinegobhi.net tele: 541-298-2101 fax: 541-298-7996 This e-mail may contain confidential information that is being transmitted to and only for the use of the recipient(s) named above. Reading, disclosure, discussion, dissemination, distribution or copying this information by anyone other than the intended recipients or his or her employees or agents is strictly prohibited. If you have received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the Privacy Officer at (541) 298-2101 and delete all copies of the original message.