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New Web Section Now Available: Using Social Media in Child Welfare

January 21, 2014

Child Welfare Information Gateway has developed a new web section and three tip sheets to advise foster care workers, foster parents, and youth in foster care on using social media in child welfare.
Visit the Using Social Media in Child Welfare web section to read about the potential benefits and challenges faced by social media users involved with the child welfare system. Agency workers, communities, youth, and families can discover tips and strategies for leveraging social media safely and effectively. Section highlights include:

Social media is an increasingly important avenue for sharing messages and educating the public. Visit Using Social Media in Child Welfare to learn more.

For more information, contact Child Welfare Information Gateway at 1.800.396.3366 or Child Welfare Information Gateway is a Service of the Children's Bureau/HHS



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