Safety-organized practices are both practice strategies and concrete tools for "on-the-ground" child welfare workers, supervisors and managers to enhance family participation and foster equitable decision making. These videos include recordings of trainings, examples of the practice, and interviews with experts in the field.
This brief video introduces the development and use of the Three Houses Tool, an information gathering tool that enables child welfare professionals to include the voice of children in child welfare case planning.
This role play demonstrates an effective and complete client meeting utilizing family engagement strategies.
An interview with Charlene Duffy, a Child Welfare Supervisor for Children's Protective Services. Charlene speaks about engaging parents to keep their children safe utilizing several safety focused strategies.