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2008 CWLA Western Region Training Conference Sponsors and Virtual Exhibit Hall


Virtual Exhibit Hall

  • Basic Home Visitation Skills Training Curriculum
    It is designed for the novice Home Visitor to feel competent and relatively comfortable in making that first home visit; also helpful for Home Visitors with a long history of working with families as a refresher course and opportunities to network with other home visitors.

  • Boys & Girls Aid
    Boys & Girls Aid believes that all children deserve loving, caring adults in their lives. They work to achieve this goal by helping the infant, child, or adolescent in need of a home; the teenager in need of a mentor or a safe place to stay; the expectant mother and father who will place their child in adoption; and the adopting parents.

  • Child Welfare Information Technology
    Child Welfare Information Gateway promotes the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and families by connecting child welfare, adoption and related professionals as well as concerned citizens to timely, essential information.

  • Essential Learning
    Essential Learning (EL) is the largest provider of E-Learning services for the behavioral health and human service industry and the exclusive vendor of the Child Welfare League of America. EL will help you reduce training costs and ensure compliance with training mandates and offers an extensive library of online courses. Discounts are available for CWLA members.

  • JKM Training
    JKM Training, Inc. provides training and consultation to social service agencies and schools. They specialize in delivering the Safe Crisis Management training program - the program that manages aggressive behavior safely.

    MENTOR believes that, with the help and guidance of an adult mentor, each child can discover how to unlock and achieve his or her potential. MENTOR is widely acknowledged as the nation's premier advocate and resource for the expansion of mentoring initiatives nationwide.
  • Navajo Jewelry & Crafts
    Navajo Jewelry & Crafts specializes in Authentic Navajo and Zuni sterling silver jewelry made with real turquoise and other semi-precious stones. We also carry Navajo dolls, pottery and other hand-made crafts. All items are handmade by our family members.
  • Nurturing God's Way
    The Nurturing God's Way Parenting Program® adapted from the evidence-based Nurturing Programs provides Christian families with healing and practical parenting skills, whether they may have become involved with the court system or family service agency, based on a brief encounter or a tradition of dysfunction.

  • Portland State University
    Portland State University provides a series of advanced, evidence-based workshops and online courses for mental health therapists and child welfare professionals. More information about the Therapy with Adoptive and Foster Families program is available on their website. These workshops and courses are available to professionals located anywhere - check out the website for more information about distance options. There are other related programs available via distance as well: Infant/Toddler Mental Health and Interpersonal Neurobiology.

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