APRIL IS NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH
For three days CWLA members engaged in active discussions, met with their congressional representatives and participated in forums that dealt with the serious issues of child fatalities, the role of substance use in child welfare and engaged in policy debates over key issues in Congress.
The agenda spread out over three days brought in nearly twenty speakers, included a Capitol Hill briefing, member visits to congressional offices and a morning long focus on substance use. Social Media Hashtags included: #VirtualHillDay16, #VHD16, and #CWLASummit16
Key discussions included: