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Understanding the 12 Steps and Child Welfare Practice

Level: Advanced Practice – (Lineworker, Supervisor, Manager)

Credits: 6 Hours

Intended Audience: This course is intended to assist Child Welfare staff in understanding what is involved in 12-Step work and what to look and listen for when working with their families.

Description of Course: Taking the student through the 12 Step process and how to incorporate them with case planning in working with families.

Intended Objectives:

  • Identify the service needs of parents and families affected by addiction.
  • Identify behaviors and signs that assist in measuring the birth parent(s) ongoing progress in their case plan in regards to recovery.
  • Review the importance of recovery and relapse.

Topics Include:

  • Steps 1 through 12
  • Physical, Mental, and Spiritual aspects of recovery
  • Behaviors of an addict in active addiction
  • Behaviors of an addict in recovery
  • Relapse Indicators
  • Fun in Recovery
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