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Learning Exchange: Plans of Safe Care Data and Monitoring

National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare

Date: January 11, 2022 | Length: 1:18:34

This live webinar hosted by the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW) is the second of a three-part Learning Exchange Series to explore Brief 2 of the How States Serve Infants and their Families Affected by Prenatal Substance Exposure technical assistance briefs. Reviews states’ systems- and case-level strategies for monitoring Plans of Safe Care (POSC) and fulfilling the amended annual data reporting requirements—to the maximum extent practicable—in CAPTA. Features four subject matter experts—from Washington D.C., Louisiana, and Georgia—who highlight innovative ways to monitor POSC for infants and families, including POSC initiated by community-based agencies.


  • - Teri Kook—NCSACW
  • - Roni Seabrook—Planning Specialist, District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency
  • - Jennifer Anderson-Judkins—Planning Supervisor, District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency
  • - Laresa Price—Safety Services Director, Georgia Division of Family and Children Services
  • - Lori Miller—Louisiana State CAPTA Liaison

Topic(s): CAPTA Plans of Safe Care

Section: Related Online Training, Videos, and Webinars

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