Partnerships for Well-Being Institute to Be Held June 15 - 17

Child Welfare Core Practice Model to Be Featured

The Partnerships for Well-Being Institute, with the theme “Nurturing Connections, Sustaining Change,” will be held June 15–17 at the Hyatt Regency Orange County. This event is presented by the Resource Center for Family-Focused Practice in collaboration with the California Department of Social Services and the California Department of Health Care Services.

The institute reflects its expanded focus on partnerships designed to enhance well-being for children, youth, families, communities, and Tribes. Wraparound has played an influential role in the development of many of these approaches and remains an integral part of the institute.

Core Practice Model Featured

Among features, the institute will focus on the Core Practice Model. For this, CalSWEC In-Service Training Director Melissa Connelly and Executive Director Stuart Oppenheim of the Child and Family Policy Institute of California will be presenting a workshop. 

Additionally, the institute will offer a broad range of 100 workshops and four plenary sessions, including Wraparound, Continuum of Care Reform, early childhood development and working with the 0-6 population, and Child and Family Team. These are besides workshops on collaborative efforts, working across systems, and innovative practices when working with families.

The keynote presenters are the following: