Child Welfare League of America

Washington Workbook for Child Advocates

Washington Workbook for Child Advocates Join in CWLA's advocacy campaigns with the Washington Workbook for Child Advocates. This booklet offers tips on communicating with representatives and senators, rosters of key committees, and a full directory of the House and Senate complete with phone, fax, and office room numbers. The workbook also includes information about visiting the Capitol and the White House.
Table of Contents:
A Longitudinal Evaluation of the Preservice Training and Retention of Kinship and Nonkinship Foster/Adoptive Families One and a Half Years After Training
Homelessness and the Transition from Foster Care to Adulthood
Challenges to Tracking Subjects for Follow-Up Research: A Case Study
Removing Barriers to Educating Children in Foster Care Through Interagency Collaboration: A Seven County Multiple-Case Study
Male Social Workers in Child Welfare: A Qualitative Analysis
Hypermasculinity, Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Aggression, Social Support, and Child Maltreatment Risk in Urban, Heterosexual Fathers Taking Parenting Classes
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: The Missed Diagnosis
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Price: $3.00
CWLA Stock Number: 1286
Publication Date: 2010
ISBN-13: 9781587601286