Posts Tagged: Parent Support

Support Circle (Zoom Event)

Join the weekly Rise Community Support Group for NYC parents impacted by ACS.

Rise is an organization led by and for parents impacted by family policing systems. If you have or had a child welfare or preventive case in NYC, the support group can help you learn how to navigate your case / negotiate to end it and can connect you with other parents with similar experiences.

Email Teresa M. for the link to join: Teresa-m@risemagazine.org

Support Circle (Zoom Event)

Join the weekly Rise Community Support Group for NYC parents impacted by ACS.

Rise is an organization led by and for parents impacted by family policing systems. If you have or had a child welfare or preventive case in NYC, the support group can help you learn how to navigate your case / negotiate to end it and can connect you with other parents with similar experiences.

Email Teresa M. for the link to join: Teresa-m@risemagazine.org

Support Circle (Zoom Event)

Join the weekly Rise Community Support Group for NYC parents impacted by ACS.

Rise is an organization led by and for parents impacted by family policing systems. If you have or had a child welfare or preventive case in NYC, the support group can help you learn how to navigate your case / negotiate to end it and can connect you with other parents with similar experiences.

Email Teresa M. for the link to join: Teresa-m@risemagazine.org

Support Circle (Zoom Event)

Join the weekly Rise Community Support Group for NYC parents impacted by ACS.

Rise is an organization led by and for parents impacted by family policing systems. If you have or had a child welfare or preventive case in NYC, the support group can help you learn how to navigate your case / negotiate to end it and can connect you with other parents with similar experiences.

Email Teresa M. for the link to join: Teresa-m@risemagazine.org

Partners in Planning — When parents and caseworkers work together, families move in the right direction

Toni Miner and Sherry Tomlinson, parent advocates in Jefferson County, Colorado and Columbus, Kansas, discuss how parents can work effectively with their caseworkers to get the services they want and need.

Q: What can parents do if their worker isn’t helping them find services?

Miner: Workers are supposed to help parents gain whatever resources they need—not necessarily call all the programs, but at least get families going in the right direction. It’s also a worker’s responsibility to … Read More