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Intersectionality of Child Maltreatment & Poverty (Virtual)
Thursday, October 27, 2022, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST
Category: Training

This course will identify the impact of poverty and the long-term effect on children and families. Often, poverty is confounded as a form of child abuse and neglect. Iowa specific poverty data will overlay with child maltreatment data to understand the impact of poverty on family safety and well-being.

Location Info:

Greg Bellville - 
Greg Bellville is the Executive Director of Prevent Child Abuse Iowa. Prevent Child Abuse Iowa is a non-profit organization serving the entire state of Iowa through support of child abuse prevention effort. Prior to this position Greg spent over 10 years working various capacities in substance use disorder treatment and is a certified alcohol and drug counselor. Greg Received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology and his master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.

Registration will begin at 8:30AM. Training will begin promptly at 9:00AM. This training is scheduled until 12PM.

Please note: Priority seating is provided to staff working within one of the current DHS child welfare service contracts, including: Family Centered Services (FCS); Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP) / Group Foster Care; Child Welfare Emergency Services (CWES): Aftercare Services; Supervised Apartment Living (SAL); Recruitment, Retention, Training and Support Services (RRTS); Parent Partners; Foster Care Youth Council. If you do not work within one of the current DHS child welfare services contract, you may be bumped from the course and placed on a wait list.

 If you have questions regarding seating for the training or if you are unable to participate for any reason, please contact Katie Henry ([email protected]).

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Contact: For more information contact Katie Henry, [email protected]