Stable and Strong Families Training Series

2021-05-06T07:56:32+00:00

Stable and Strong Families Training Series: Join the UCLA Pritzker Center & experts from UCLA for a training series designed for foster family agencies, caregivers and social workers. Training dates and descriptions are below. All sessions are from 10-11:30 PT on Zoom. Zoom links will be sent prior to each training. You

2021 Summer Child Welfare Academy

2021-04-30T17:21:35+00:00

2021 Summer Child Welfare Academy A free multidisciplinary program exploring foster care and related issues for all UCLA students. The UCLA Pritzker Center's Summer Child Welfare Academy is a three-week multidisciplinary program for UCLA students interested in learning more about foster care and youth justice, and the related issues of education, law, health

Child Welfare and Domestic Violence: The Summit on Intersection and Action

2021-05-14T17:45:12+00:00

Countless children enter foster care due to allegations of domestic violence in the home. Often, these allegations result in a finding of neglect for failure to protect. Yet removing children from their homes and placing them in foster care for an isolated allegation of domestic violence can result in further trauma for both the DV survivor and the children, and result in other harms, particularly in diverse communities of color.

COVID-19, the Vaccine and Foster Care

2021-07-06T23:51:32+00:00

COVID-19, the Vaccine and Foster Care Thu, Feb 25, 2021 12:00 PM EST Please join the UCLA Pritzker Center and esteemed UCLA doctors and health experts for a discussion about COVID-19, the vaccine, and other issues concerning foster care, caregivers, children and families. Vaccine hesitancy, medical racism and health inequities facing the Black community and

Exploring Child Welfare and Domestic Violence: A 4-part online series with UCLA and Community Experts

2021-02-09T05:36:07+00:00

Exploring Child Welfare and Domestic Violence: A 4-part online series with UCLA and Community Experts About UCLA Pritzker Center’s Domestic Violence Project Countless children enter foster care due to allegations of domestic violence in the home. Often, these allegations fall under a finding of neglect for failure to protect. Yet removing children

The Impact of Covid-19 on Foster and Relative Caregivers

2021-11-19T02:36:16+00:00

The Impact of Covid-19 on Foster and Relative Caregivers Over 600 resource parents in Los Angeles County were surveyed to understand the impact of COVID-19 on them and the children in their care. 1/2 of resource parents reported being open to welcoming a new child into their home during COVID-19 2/5

Dr. Jessica Pryce: Eradicating Racism and Bias in Foster Care

2020-10-02T17:02:03+00:00

Dr. Jessica Pryce: Eradicating Racism and Bias in Foster Care Launched in response to the killing of George Floyd and many other Black Americans, this 3-part lecture series addressed systemic racism and the issues giving rise to the disproportionate number of Black children in foster care. This series was hosted in partnership with

UCLA Pritzker Center Seed Grants

2021-11-09T01:49:27+00:00

UCLA Pritzker Center Seed Grants With the support of the Anthony and Jeanne Pritzker Family Foundation, the UCLA Pritzker Center has offered research grants to encourage collaboration between UCLA faculty and the community. Our 2019 grantees focused on a range of issues, including the connection between immigration and child welfare, and the

Child Welfare, Public Health, and Domestic Violence

2021-07-06T23:46:33+00:00

Child Welfare, Public Health and Domestic Violence: A Cross-Sector Strategy Promoting Safe Families and Stable Homes Countless children enter foster care due to allegations of domestic violence in the home. Often, these allegations fall under a finding of neglect for failure to protect. Yet removing children from their homes and placing them