Free! Second Wednesday Webinars


Every month guest speakers, program authors, or Dibble staff bring you insight on timely topics related to teen/young adult romantic relationship issues, research, and programs.

May 11, 2016

Putting Youth Relationship Education
on the Child Welfare Agenda:
Findings from Research and Evaluation

Relationships are important in helping youth achieve their goals and a successful transition into adulthood. Having the skills to manage healthy relationships can make a difference as youth make decisions related to school, employment, and pregnancy prevention. These skills may be especially important for youth involved in or aging out of the child welfare system.

This webinar will provide participants with a better understanding of the importance of healthy relationships for youth in foster care. This webinar also will summarize current research and evaluation evidence on relationship education for youth in foster care.

At the end of this webinar, participants will learn:

  • Why healthy relationships matter for youth in foster care
  • What types of programs focus on healthy relationships for youth in foster care
  • Key program elements that are critical for successfully improving relationship skills among vulnerable youth

Presenters:Mindy E. Scott, Ph.D., Deputy Program Area Director and Senior Research Scientist; April Wilson, Ph.D., Research Scientist with Child Trends

 Who should attend:

Youth-serving program staff and administrators in the fields of child welfare, healthy relationships, pregnancy prevention, youth development; researchers working on issues related to adolescents, policy makers, funders, grant managers and writers.

When:Wednesday, May 11, 4:00 pm Eastern/1:00 pm Pacific
Duration: 60 minutes 
Cost: Free!

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