Child Welfare Practice in a Multicultural Environment (Version 2.0)
These learning objectives assist social workers to learn about the influence of culture, race, and ethnicity on child welfare practice, including the importance of open discussion of race, ethnicity, and culture with the family as an essential component of accurate assessment and culturally relevant service interventions.
- Child Welfare Practice in a Multicultural Environment
This curriculum is based on: Johnson, B.L., Carlson, M., & Clark, S. (Eds.). (2001). The standardized curriculum for California child welfare workers. Berkeley, CA: California Social Work Education Center. The curriculum has been modified by Jon Pettigrew for the Alameda County Social Services Agency, Department of Children and Family Services.
- Child Welfare Practice in a Multicultural Environment References
This annotated bibliography was produced by the Bay Area Academy.