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Creating Connection, Culture, Community and Resources for Tribal Foster Youth
Press Release:Tribal and Non-Tribal Social Workers Encouraged to Practice Self-care and Recognize Burnout
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Preventing and Addressing Burnout
http://www.mentalhealthworks.ca/media/burnout -good for supervisors
http://www.motivation1.com/newsletters/combatingBurnout.html This is not as much as a resource as it is an example of how talking about your stress and joining message boards or blogs may be a good place to find community support.
Resources for Well-Being and Self-Care
Coping Resources in Sample of Child Welfare Services Social Workers by Martha Leticia Cueva-Hammons
improves collaborative efforts that ensure Tribal foster youth are connected to culture, community and resources throughout their transition to adulthood by providing training and technical assistance to communities and organizations that serve Tribal foster youth with the goal of increasing positive outcomes during their transition to adulthood.
Tribal TANF Programs:
The California Tribal TANF Program’s core purpose is to assist the Indian Tribes of California by providing the funding, tools, and resources necessary for each Tribe or Consortium to administer its own Tribal TANF Program.
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