Understanding the Child Welfare System 201*

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1.5 Substantive Credits

*This seminar qualifies for required credits for those attorneys practicing in Dependency cases required by Administrative Order effective January 1, 2011.

Hosted by the training committee of the Westmoreland "Children's Roundtable," this seminar will include information about:

Explanation of what it means for a case to be in "treatment” or “ongoing”
Understanding the CPP and FSP
What are they and what are the differences
How the goals are developed
How the goals can be used to move a case to closure and success
How these are used for Concurrent Planning

Speaker: Jason Slonceski
Westmoreland County Children's Bureau - Caseworker Supervisor
May 16th, 2014 12:00 PM   through   1:30 PM
WBA Members (1.5 substantive credits) $ 45.00
Non Members (1.5 substantive credits) $ 75.00
Non Credit $ FREE

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