In 2013, the center was honored with the Opal Mann Green Engagement and Scholarship Award.
Engaging families in the decision-making processes that occur within Social Services and related systems (such as Public Schools, Mental Health, etc.) is a core focus of the center’s work. Currently, our primary means of doing this is the Family-Centered Practice Project, through which we deliver professional trainings and offer consulting and evaluation services. We are also a proud sponsoring member of the Family Agency Collaborative Training Team, which supports family-agency training partnerships. More information about the Family Leadership Network is coming soon.