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Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: Awareness and Identification (02/16) (2.0 hours)

Human Trafficking (01/30/16) (1.0 hour)

Meeting the Needs of Commercially Sexually Exploited Youth (11/30/16) (note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

Providing for CSEC Youth in Foster Care (03/06/15) (1.0 hour)

2016 QPI New Site Conference: Keynote Presentation (03/29/16) (note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

About the Quality Parenting Initiative & Being a 21st Century Foster Parent(2013) (note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours

Foster Care Awareness (04/05/14) (note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

Live the Dream and Become a Foster or Adoptive Parent Today! (06/30/18) (0.5 hours)

"ReMoved" Short Film (2013) (note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

Removed Part 2: Remember My Story (2015) (note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

Resilience and Redemption (05/12/16) (note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

Service is Everything - A New Paradigm for Service Excellence (05/17) (note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

Turning Obstacles into Opportunities (05/05/16) (note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

Who's Taking Care of You? (05/06/19) (note: This video is not eligible for relicensing hours.)

The Voice of Youth in QPI (01/17/18) (note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

Youth as Partners in System Change (01/17/18) (1.5 hours)


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The Quality Parenting Initiative, a strategy of the Youth Law Center, is an approach to strengthening foster care, refocusing on excellent parenting for all children in the child welfare system. It was launched in 2008 in Florida, and as of 2018, over 75 jurisdictions in 10 states (California, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin) have adopted the QPI approach.

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