Ft. Duchesne-Hosted by the Ute Tribe
Conference Presentations will focus on the theme Our Culture, Our Children, Our Children , specifically:
•Trends in Indian child welfare and what specifically can be done to make a difference.
•A practical application of the Indian Child Welfare Act and the child’s best interest.
•What happens when a child is transferred from state to tribal jurisdiction.
•Tools and techniques to mending the balance of communication in family meetings.
•The recruitment of Native American foster homes.
•Utah’s efforts to lead the way in state/tribe collaboration.
•The voice of the children: A youth panel.
There is no cost to attend, however registration is necessary to get accurate lodging and meal counts:
For more information, contact Utah Foster Care’s Native American Foster Family Recruiter Brandi Sweet-Tsosie at (877) 505-5437.