Jean Kruzich, PhD, MSW, a Research Fellow with Partners for Our Children, recently participated in this webinar presented by Casey Family Programs to discuss supervisory leadership behaviors as a way of reducing turnover among child welfare workers.
Mar 06, 2017
We are proud to announce that POC's operations specialist, Jen Kitajo, received the Mary Grembowski Staff Recognition Award for her 14 years of service at the School of Social Work, nearly five of which have been with Partners for Our Children.
Jul 05, 2016
POC's Jim Theofelis shares his experience working with young adults who are homeless and what he believes could be a game changer in the field.
Jun 20, 2016
Partners for Our Children is pleased to partner with the Washington State Budget & Policy Center to host a Forum on Poverty: The Impact on Children and Families on May 26th, 12:00-4:00 PM at the Navos Community Center in Burien.
May 05, 2016
When we started on the path of developing an open source parenting program, we could only hope that Strive would become what it is today. We still have a lot of work to do, but one thing we know for sure is: we’ve tapped into something that everyone seems desperate for.
Apr 19, 2016
There are many reasons we believe Oliver will improve social services, but we decided to start with “Top 7 Reasons Oliver Will Improve Social Services” from the service provider perspective.
Mar 23, 2016
Governor Jay Inslee announced a transformative shift for how services will be delivered to children and families in Washington State – a shift that Partners for Our Children has supported for many years.
Feb 18, 2016
We took a look at what you were most interested on our blog in 2015. Turns out, it's a very well-rounded list - everything from event recaps to analyzing data trends to updates on new policies.
Jan 26, 2016
The new and improved Child Well-Being Data Portal was designed so you can more quickly and easily find the information you need.
Jan 14, 2016
We are excited to announce that Partners for Our Children recently received a $500,000 grant from the Raikes Foundation to support the extension of Oliver into the runaway and homeless youth sector.
Dec 30, 2015