The Family and Children’s Resource Program (FCRP) at the UNC School of Social Work’s Jordan Institute for Families, is pleased to announce a new 3-part video series on the child welfare worker’s role in court, available on YouTube. The series features Angie Stephenson, an assistant attorney general for child welfare with the North Carolina Department of Justice.
“Getting Ready for Court Part 1: Tips for Child Welfare Professionals” – explains the child welfare worker’s role in court and offers suggestions on preparing to testify in court.
Getting Ready for Court Part 2: “Tips for New Social Workers” – offers advice for child welfare worker who are new to testifying in court.
Getting Ready for Court Part 3: “Tips for Child Welfare Supervisors” – offers suggestions for ways child welfare supervisors can improve collaboration with agency attorneys and help their workers be successful in court.
View Part 1 below: