Florida's Center for


Information and Training Resources for Child Welfare Professionals

This Week

This webinar is hosted by Community Technical Assistance Center of New York

Cultural humility is a humble and respectful attitude toward individuals of other cultures and identities that pushes one to challenge their own cultural biases, realize they cannot possibly know everything about other cultures, and approach learning about other cultures as a lifelong goal and process. We aim to attend to the following in this webinar:

-Understanding cultural humility

-Understanding one's own identity

-Recognizing your biases

-Recommendations and practice guidelines, including best practices for cultural humility for social service providers

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The Florida Department of Children and Families is pleased to announce the 2019 Child Protection Summit. Originally known as the Dependency Court Improvement Summit, over the past 22 years, the annual training conference has continued to emphasize the importance of bringing together child welfare professionals and related partners to share and exchange best practices while enhancing collaborations across professions. The Summit offers an extraordinary program of current and relevant training topics to further advance the knowledge base of child welfare staff in many critical areas of importance. As the largest child welfare event in Florida, the Department anticipates the 2019 Child Protection Summit will be attended by more than 3,000 child welfare professionals and related partners, including: attorneys, case managers, child advocates, child protective investigators and supervisors, Child Protection Team staff, child welfare trainers, court staff, DCF staff, relative and non-relative caregivers, foster and adoptive parents, Guardians ad Litem, judges, law enforcement, juvenile justice professionals, educators, service providers, and youth.

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Attorney General Ashley Moody, along with the Statewide Council on Human Trafficking, the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, the Florida Department of Children and Families and the University of Central Florida, would like to invite you to the 2019 Florida Human Trafficking Summit.

Florida’s Human Trafficking Summit brings together local, state, and national leaders working to eradicate all forms of trafficking. Throughout the day, attendees will participate in targeted breakout sessions covering:

Legal/Law Enforcement

Service Delivery

Policy and Research


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