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CWLA Teleconference Explores the Effect of Meth on Child Welfare

9/15/2005:   Next week, the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA) is holding the first teleconference in its five-part Competence on Call series focusing on the effects that methamphetamine manufacture and use are having on the child welfare system, and the creative responses of states and communities nationwide.

The first teleconference, Sept. 22, 2:00-3:30 p.m., will review the current data and trends regarding methamphetamine manufacture and use and its effect on the child welfare system. The teleconference will also highlight issues related to child safety and the treatment of both meth users and children affected by meth production and use.

Visit our conference page to register for and learn more about the teleconference series. The individual registration fee for each session is $100 for CWLA members, $150 for nonmembers. There is a 20% discount when registering for all 5 individual teleconferences. The registration fee includes one telephone line and a complete set of program materials. There is no limit to the number of employees that can participate.

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