|Implementing Subsidized Kinship Guardianship in New York City|
Monday, January 24, 2011 6:00-8:00 pm
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Effective April 1, 2010, New York's foster children will have the opportunity to achieve permanency through a new option, Subsidized Kinship Guardianship. This Panel will answer many implementation questions such as which children and relatives will be eligible, how this has been successful in other states, and which children and families would be most appropriate for this permanency option.
Stephanie Gendell, Associate Executive Director, Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York
Dr. Mark Testa, Sandra Reeves Spears and John B. Turner Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina School of Social Work
Cassandra Kelleher, Counsel, New York State Senate
Bill Gettman, Executive Deputy Commissioner, Office of Children and Family Services
Gilbert Taylor, Deputy Commissioner, Family Court Legal Services, Administration for Children's Services
Lauren Shapiro, Director, Brooklyn Family Defense Project
Meridith F. Sopher, Director of Child Welfare Training, Legal Aid, Juvenile Rights Practice
Council on Children, Karen J. Freedman, Chair
Family Court and Family Law Committee, Rebecca Mendel, Chair Children and the Law Committee, Fredda Monn, Chair CLE Credit: Free CLE credit will be offered for this event