Interdisciplinary Training for Child Protective Service Workers and Community-Based Providers.
Jones, L. Packard, T. Hohman, M. Fong, T.
San Diego State Univ., CA. School of Social Work.
Publication Information: San Diego State Univ., CA. School of Social Work.
Available from: Child Welfare Information Gateway
Administration on Children, Youth, and Families Children's Bureau, 3rd Floor 330 C Street, SW
Washington, DC 20201
Tel: 800.394.3366 703.385.7565
Sponsoring Organization: Children's Bureau (DHHS), Washington, DC.
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This curriculum, funded by the Children's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, discusses interdisciplinary training for social workers and child welfare workers. Organized as a 5-part weekly series, each session is 6 hours long and conducted by professionals from the San Diego State University School of Social Work and Public Child Welfare Training Academy. The workshop covered the following topics: collaboration to provide services for at-risk families; working together to prevent domestic violence; substance abuse identification, treatment, and intervention; cross system view of mental health; and interdisciplinary work: breaking down the barriers. The curriculum includes participant handouts, worksheets, workshop agendas, and references.
professional training; interdisciplinary approach; interagency collaboration; curricula; multidisciplinary teams; mental health; substance abuse; child welfare workers