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Child welfare professionals routinely meet with children and families in their communities. Sometimes environmental factors, such as a public health crisis, or situational factors, such as caseload and travel demands, prevent child welfare professionals from safely performing their duties in person. The Child Welfare Information Gateway developed a list of resources to support child welfare agencies and professionals build capacity to work remotely when in-person supervision and visitation practices are inappropriate or impractical.

You can access the list resources here.