All Children - All Families: Online Learning Archive
HRC's All Children - All Families regularly provides online learning offerings covering promising practices in serving LGBTQ children, youth and families. To watch the recordings at no cost, click the "View Recorded Webinar" button, fill out the short form, and click "Register."
If you're interested in additional LGBTQ cultural competency training offerings, click here to learn about All Children - All Families Training Program. You can also register for our free online learning offerings, and subscribe to our e-newsletter to receive the latest best practice tips for LGBTQ inclusion in your inbox every month!
Caring for LGBTQ Youth: An Introduction for Foster & Adoptive Parents
Co-presented By: All Children - All Families, Adam McCormick, Professor of Social Work at St. Edward’s University, Austin, TX and Darryn Green, Child Welfare Training Consultant and Former Foster Youth, San Francisco, CA
Strategies for Recruiting LGBTQ Foster & Adoptive Families
Co-presented By: All Children - All Families and Emily Rawsky, Director of Foster Care and Adoption, at Little City Foundation in Chicago, IL
Foster and adoptive parents are an extremely diverse community of people with one thing in common: the desire to love, nurture and care for children and youth. Many parents may not realize that LGBTQ youth are overrepresented in foster care and are at higher risks of rejection and harm while in care. This webinar will first explain key terms and concepts that all foster/adoptive parents need to know in order to better understand LGBTQ youth. Research on the importance of providing affirming homes for these youth, as well as concrete tips for how to be affirming will then be presented.
There are millions of LGBTQ adults willing to foster/adopt, yet many child welfare agencies still struggle to recruit from the LGBTQ community. This webinar will offer recruitment tips and cover the essential steps to engaging prospective parents from this untapped pool of adults. Hear how Little City Foundation in Chicago has used best practices to connect to the LGBTQ community and, ultimately, develop more loving families for young people who need them.
Introduction to LGBTQ Competency
- Presented By: All Children - All Families
This 90 minute webinar will cover foundational information related to serving LGBTQ youth and families in preparation for your agency's upcoming All Children - All Families training. Topics to be addressed include key terminology and concepts, an overview of the barriers faced by LGBTQ youth and families in child welfare, and the steps all service providers can take to overcome these barriers.
All Children - All Families Process & Assessment Introduction
Presented By: All Children - All Families
This 60 minute webinar will go over the “nuts and bolts” information of participating in All Children – All Families and completing your agency self-assessment; including answers to FAQs, tips for successful completion, and an overview of the Benchmarks of LGBTQ Cultural Competency.