VIDEO: BHRP plans to enhance mental health and substance abuse training and services For nearly two decades, the state has contracted with the School

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VIDEO: BHRP plans to enhance mental health and substance abuse training and services

For nearly two decades, the state has contracted with the School of Social Work’s Behavioral Healthcare Resource Program (BHRP) to provide training and technical assistance in mental health and substance abuse services. This year, BHRP staff is considering new ways to better serve professionals in the field, as well as exploring new initiatives to further assist adults and children. Read story

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Solving the ‘wicked problems’ of child welfare will require comprehensive reform

Over the last year, social work leaders, child welfare administrators, researchers, philanthropists, and policymakers have gathered to debate the “wicked problems” of child welfare, including how to reverse the traumatic effects of maltreatment and neglect on child well-being and how to overcome the barriers that prevent children from returning home or finding safe and permanent homes with alternative caregivers. For Professor Mark Testa, the real work toward comprehensive reform is now ready to begin. Read story

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