Explore SPI’s newest K2A on Building Wellness Systems, learn about the new Mandated Reporting Community Supporting Task Force, the new San Diego Connecting Caregivers Curriculum, and next steps for AFC Imperial Beach. Click HERE for the newsletter.
A new K2A has been developed that covers the need to build “Wellness Systems” throughout continued prevention efforts. The SPI Child Welfare/Wellness Systems team has been involved with Ventura County as well as San Diego County for several years on a journey that has contributed to both counties reimagining their Child Welfare Services work. Read the full K2A here for…
Interested in learning about the Binational Social Work Conference, age-friendly community and other project updates, mental health resources, and opportunities for engagement? Explore SPI’s most recent newsletter.
Explore our April newsletter and learn about our focus on anti-racism, the new Child and Family Well-being Department in San Diego, and why Neighborhoods Matter. Click HERE to access the newsletter.
In SPI’s December newsletter you find various new resources and discussions of new national initiatives and reports and learn about SPI’s partnership with United Parents. Click HERE to access the full newsletter.
Explore SPI’s November 2022 newsletter and learn about CEAL hosting the first Age-Friendly University lecture and how we build Wellness through Transformed Practice. Click HERE to access the full newsletter.
In the spring 2022, the Ventura County Interagency Leadership Team collaborated to create the vision presented in this Brief. Review or download the Vision Brief HERE Wellness_System_Vision_Brief_Final2022
This newsletter provides updates on SPI’s Age-Friendly Communities work, the 2021-22 Annual Report of CA’s Citizen Review Panels, and some of the newest research how COVID-19 impacts ACES, and much more! Click HERE to access the full newsletter.
The Federal Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) requires each state to convene Citizen Review Panels (CRP). In California, there are three committees that make recommendations to the California Department of Social Services (CDSS). One focuses on the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, another on Children and Family Services, and the third one on Critical Incidents. During the 2021/2022 fiscal year, these three panels made…