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R2P will make available to CWLA members presentation and workshop materials that have been used for a variety of audiences. These pieces may be accessed through the CWLA members-only website (under What's New) at http://www.cwla.org/membersonly

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October, 2002: R2P Closing the Loop: Evidence-Based Practices in Permanency, described the state of the field in family reunification literature, featured researched programs in that area, and introduced the audience to some change management materials to help agencies prepare for and undertake the adoption of evidence-based practices. Available materials include: July, 2002: "What's So Special About Specialized Foster Care?" The presentation at the National Conference of The Foster Family Treatment Association provided a review of the research about treatment foster care. (Also, please refer to the Treatment Foster Care Annotated Bibliography in the R2P website.) Available materials include:


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