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default Mind the Gap #6: Becoming a Trauma-informed Child Welfare Agency - The Waupaca County Journey Popular

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This webinar presentation provides participants with ideas and strategies related to implementing Trauma Informed Care and Civility in their agencies. Waupaca DHHS’s leadership team gives concrete examples of their administrative commitment to fostering change, and share the Leadership Charter, along with an overview of pivotal directions and decisions related to organizational effectiveness (OE) activities, intentional recruitment efforts, and staffing changes that promoted widespread agency culture change.