|Watch Now||How Children’s Advocacy Professionals Can Support the Implementation of the Indian Child Welfare Act||Lisa Stark, CAPSW, MSW||60 minutes|
Brief Overview: Participants will explore strategies to engage AI/AN children and families in culturally responsive ways, improving access to and participation in the CAC process. This will ideally lead to increased criminal prosecutions and accurate safety assessments improving public safety.
Expert Presenters: Lisa Stark, MSW, (Ojibwe) provides training and technical assistance to tribes and agencies engaged in developing trauma-informed child welfare systems and tribal child advocacy best practices. Trained as both a clinician and a child welfare worker, Lisa has a wealth of direct practice experience in tribal child welfare, including work as a case manager/ICWA Representative for the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Tribe of Indians and as an Assistant Director/ICWA Representative for the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians. She has been with the NNCTC since 2020.
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