FACES - Implementing the Indian Child Welfare Act





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Follow the Spirit of ICWA

The American Indian Enhancement Project is an effort of the California Disproportionality Project, a Breakthrough Series Collaborative (BSC) resourced through the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the California Department of Social Services, Casey Family Programs, and the Stuart Foundation. In collaboration with Administrative Office of the Courts, California Social Work Education Center, Child and Family Policy Institute of California, California Child Welfare Co-Investment Partnership, the National Resource Center for Tribes, Tribal STAR, and Shenandoah Films.

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Dedicated to all the American Indian/Alaska Native children and families in California.

For more information contact the American Indian Enhancement Project. FACES Video@aol.com

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