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CA meetings with foster parents and relative caregivers

Children's Administration seeks your input on two significant initiatives:

  1. CA seeks to improve our home study for all out of home caregivers by implementing a unified home study. The unified home study will improve outcomes for children in out-of-home care and reduce duplicate work for caregivers and social workers. We want to hear your ideas for improving home studies.
  2. In the next year, CA will be restructuring our recruitment and retention contracts. Please come join us to talk about what recruitment and retention services are important to you.

Jeanne McShane, the Acting Administrator for the Division of Licensed Resources, will attend two meetings in each of the new regions to get your input between August and September of this year. All caregivers (relatives and licensed foster parents) for CA dependent children are welcome to attend any of these meetings.

Region 1 East - Spokane
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
8441 North Indian Trail Road
Spokane, WA
September 24, 2011
Region 1 North Mini Conference for Caregivers (Time TBA)
Region 1 West - Yakima
Children's Administration Yakima Office
Conference Room 5 (2nd floor)
1002 North 16th Avenue
Yakima, WA
August 2, 2011
Region 2 North - Lynnwood
Mill Creek Four Square Church
1415 164th St. SW
Lynnwood, WA
August 9, 2011
Region 2 South - Kent
Children's Administration King South
Tahoma Room (enter through side entrance)
1313 W. Meeker Street #102
Kent, WA
August 10, 2011
Region 3 North - Tacoma
10204 S. Tacoma Way
Tacoma WA
September 6, 2011
Region 3 South - Kelso
Children's Administration Kelso Office
711 Vine
Kelso, WA
August 16, 2011