Is The Indian Child Welfare Act Headed Back to the Supreme Court?
On this week’s podcast we discuss a portal to federal aid for former foster youth; a big juvenile probation reform proposal in California; and new leadership at a pioneer group for elevating parent voice in child welfare.
Chrissi Ross Nimmo, Deputy Attorney General for the Cherokee Nation, joins us to discuss the massive and complicated federal opinion on the Indian Child Welfare Act, and its likely move to the Supreme Court. And Fostering Media Connections Founder Daniel Heimpel joins us for a “farewell” lookback on the media platform he created.
Arizona Launches Portal to Connect Former Foster Youth with Pandemic Relief
California Weighs Plan to Shrink Probation Supervision Terms for Youth
Parent-empowerment Group Rise Names New Leadership Duo
Federal Court Ruling on Indian Child Welfare Act Goes in Several Directions
Extending Foster Care Past Age 18
Unjust Roadblocks: How the Juvenile System Makes It Hard to Succeed
April 13 / 1pm P/ 4pm E
Transformation Points: Redesigning Child Welfare to Help Youth and Families Thrive
April 29 / 11am P / 2pm E