The Child Protection Coalition, in collaboration with local tribes and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, is honored to be presenting a half-day conference on the Indian Child Welfare Act.

We have two speakers traveling from out of state to join us: Dr. Darryl Tonemah, discussing the implications of historical trauma on the Indian child, and Mary Kathryn Nagle, discussing the court process in an ICWA case.

Kelly Tannehill, OKDHS Programs Field Representative for Child Welfare Services Tribal Program Unit, will conclude the program with specific guidance on how to document ICWA cases.

Tulsa County court staff, tribal representatives, social workers, attorneys and OKDHS staff from permanency, adoption and CPS units are invited to attend.

Please choose morning or afternoon session on December 7 and register below.

2018 Register for ICWA Conference
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