Digital Dialogues and Webinars

Digital Dialogues and Webinars

Our Digital Dialogues provide an opportunity for participants to engage directly with one or more experts in key topics in the field. Each 45-minute discussion is accompanied by additional resources for exploring the issue more fully.

Recent Digital Dialogues

Young Mamas in Foster Care: Setting the Stage for Success

All teen parents need support in becoming a parent while successfully navigating their own journey into adulthood, but young parents in foster care face a unique set of circumstances. Join us for a discussion with young mamas from National Crittenton's IMPACT (Invincible Mamas Pushing Action & Change Together) network on the needs of young parents in foster care and how we can better support them. (1:01:06)

Birth Parent Foster Caregiver Partnerships: Taking a Family Systems Perspective

Family systems theory gives us a framework for understanding, supporting, or engaging in birth parent foster parent partnerships while acknowledging the complexity and the relational work they require. This digital dialogue will walk us through applying a family systems lens and managing our role in these relationships. (48:53)

Missing From Care: Preventing and Responding to Sex Trafficking of Youth

According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, 1 in 6 of the children reported missing who had run away were likely child sex trafficking victims. This startling figure demonstrates the safety risks and vulnerability facing children who are leaving home or foster care placements. Learn more about how we can work together to locate missing children, and how a trauma-informed and youth-centered recovery plan has the power to impact running behavior. (51:48)

Recorded Digital Dialogues and Webinars

Child Abuse Prevention

Engaging Communities

Families Impacted by Incarceration


Resilience and Well-being

Trauma and Healing

Workforce Support