This podcast series, produced on behalf of the Children’s Bureau, presents a series of interviews and group conversations intended to provide beneficial information for busy child welfare and social work professionals. The podcasts cover a wide range of topics and provide perspectives from communities served by child welfare agencies along with tips and stories from professionals about implementing new services and programs, working across agencies, and improving practice.
Website offers a 24/7 hotline and multiple resources for help for those in a violent relationship. The National Domestic Violence Website offers telephone numbers, and step by step help to finding the kind of help needed for your specific situation. Services are for all communities, including all races and ethnic groups. The National Domestic Violence website has specific information on identifying what is a healthy relationship and what is not. There are strategies for developing a safety plan.The site has a search engine so you can find local resources as well as those for the group of people you closely identify with.
Contacts to The Hotline can expect highly-trained, expert advocates to offer free, confidential, and compassionate support, crisis intervention information, education, and referral services in over 200 languages.
Multiple helpful articles to help manage this difficult issue, from the most effective way to talk to your child about safety and sobriety to common mental health issues that can lead young people to self-medicate to strategies for getting reluctant teens into treatment.
A child with a trauma or stress disorder has been exposed to a distressing event and has developed symptoms, ranging from irritability to emotional detachment, that are interfering with his ability to function.
9 specific tips on effectively communicating with your teenager. These tips will help you have a strong relationship.