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University of New Hampshire Center for Professional Excellence in Child Welfare

New Hampshire’s Division for Children, Youth, & Families (DCYF) has teamed with the University of New Hampshire to offer employees of the DCYF and the state’s Division for Juvenile Justice Services a new website listing training materials. Employees can scroll through a list of upcoming trainings, click on “How-to” links such as “support youth in care” and “file an abuse/neglect report.” DCYF reached out to the University of New Hampshire last year to help it improve professional development by utilizing new technology.


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