Florida's Center for Child Welfare at USF

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Florida’s Center for Child Welfare at USF

www.centerforchildwelfare.org                                                                                                                                 April 1, 2015



Live eLearning and Classroom Training Events

®    Webinar: Eligibility Follow-Up Questions & Answer Session... April 6th, 10-11:30 am (eastern)... (more) The target audience will be the participants from the two webinars: Medicaid and regular TANF Eligibility and the Eligibility: Title IV-E Foster Care Eligibility, Title IV-E Maintenance Adoption Subsidy and TANF Maintenance Adoption Subsidy plus those who have questions about the FSFN demonstration. The purpose of this webinar is to provide an opportunity for follow-up questions participants may have from the information learned at the earlier webinars or FSFN demonstration. Click here for information and registration.

®    Live Web Training: FLORIDA Screens Training Wednesday- April 22nd, 2015 10:00am – 12:00pm (Eastern) Target Audience: Revenue Maximization Staff. Purpose: To prepare the revenue maximization staff on how to access and use eligibility related information that is available in the FLORIDA system. Staff will understand how to inquire and interpret the data that supports eligibility.  Click Here for more information and registration.

®    QPI/JIT Live Training:  Life Skills for Caregivers and Youth- Housing- April 23, 2015 2:00 pm (Eastern). In this training we will explore strange new topics like post 18 living arrangements, necessary housing Life Skills, and tips for foster parents and young adults. We will de-mystify the challenges young adults face when leaving foster settings so they can boldly go where no man has gone before. Join in the webcast and help young adults prepare a successful plan for their future.  Click Here for more information and registration.

®    Regional Training: 2015 Child Welfare Regional Training Institutes. Various dates/locations, January - May, 2015.  The purpose of the trainings are to enhance collaboration between certified domestic violence centers and child welfare agencies, to build the capacity of child welfare and partnering agencies to assess for domestic violence, to partner with domestic violence survivors to achieve child safety, and to appropriately safety plan with families experiencing domestic violence that are involved in the child welfare system
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Click Here to register for training.

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Child Welfare Today Newsletter

Safety. Permanency. Child Well-Being. Family Well-Being.

In this newsletter you will find all the recent initiatives, policy news and events related to child welfare in Florida.  Click here to access April’s Edition.



Newly Posted FSFN Resources

®    FSFN Family Risk Assessment Template

Overview of FSFN Eligibility Enhancements

®    Introduction 

®    Adoption Subsidy Agreement Information and Adoption Information 

®    Adoption TANF Eligibility 

®    Assets and Employment  

®    Case Level TANF Eligibility  

®    Investigative TANF  

®    Medicaid Eligibility  

®    Person Management and Person Merge

®    Title IV-E Adoption Eligibility

®    Title IV-E Foster Care Eligibility

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