Foster Care Professionals
What Can APSAC Membership Offer Foster Care Professionals?
APSAC members have access to the latest research findings to support our work, including the peer reviewed Journal of Child Maltreatment; the translational newsletter the APSAC Advisor; and the APSAC Alert, a timely E-blast of current research, policy issues or events. This includes a special issue of the APSAC Advisor, on Foster Care, published in 2018!
APSAC membership provides access to legal opinions on critical issues around custody, visitation, hearings and related issues, and free or reduced cost skill building workshops on many topics including effective communication with the courts.
APSAC can keep you in touch with the latest research on evidence-based, trauma informed practices to support your work with foster children and families.
APSAC membership lets you be part of the drive to improve the system; APSAC members can process their policy concerns with our amicus committee and The Center for Child Policy.
Join APSAC today and see how your career in foster care will benefit from the resources and training we provide.