Families in Society editors and staff are deeply saddened by the tragic killing of social worker Lara Sobel, a longtime employee of the Vermont Department of Children and Families and program graduate of the Child Welfare Training Partnership at the University of Vermont. Killed outside of her office by the mother of a child taken into custody, Ms. Sobel died at the scene on August 7, 2015. … more
Families in Society webinars on such practice and policy topics like social service impact, community matters, and family-centered programming provide timely expertise and skill-building that a variety of participants will find invaluable to their knowledge base and in the field.
Families in Society is one of the most enduring and highly regarded scholarly publications on family- and community-centered social work. The journal has a long-standing focus on person-centered, asset-based approaches to practice and policy. This emphasis on translational research supports the social change impact the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities is working toward to benefit America’s families and their neighborhoods. … more