There are many faculty, staff and partners at the UNC School of Social Work who are committed to bringing the latest information to practitioners across North Carolina. The Jordan Institute for Families aims to support their efforts by helping to spread the word about the rich resources available as well as to grow our capacity to meet the needs of 21st social workers, leaders and advocates.
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Education programs are offered in person and online for credit for practitioners across the state.More Info about Clinical Lecture Series
The FCRP provides training to child welfare workers and foster families across North Carolina. They offer webinars, publications and in person trainings on a broad range of critical topics.Learn More about Family and Children’s Resources Program
Social Workers and public health professionals attending the summer institute will develop foundational skills to make use of emerging science to support sustainable practice and systems improvements in their communities.Learn More about Summer Institute on Implementation Science
The BHS links current research to initiatives in mental health and substance use prevention and treatment. The Program offers curricula development, technical assistance, program consultation, and face-to-face and online educational programs to help organizations design effective service delivery systems and assist with the transitions needed to implement evidenced based practices for improved client outcomes and systems efficiencies.Learn more about Behavioral Health Springboard
Leadership Fellows Academy (LFA) is a transformational, cohort learning experience for executive directors, owners, and board chairs of consumer operated nonprofit organizations across the state.Learn More about Leadership Fellows Academy
Please join us for the 2018-2019 Focus on Family and Disability Seminar Series, part of the clinical lecture series at the UNC School of Social Work. These seminars reflect current evidence-based and best practice approaches to topics and issues that impact children and adolescents who have special needs and their families.Learn More about Focus on Family and Disability Seminar Series