EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Rooted deeply in the principles of continuous quality improvement.
Providing children and families with the best possible care and services means being proactive in learning, making informed decisions, and striving to be better today than we were yesterday.
Based on the principle of continuous quality improvement, TACFS is committed to giving direct care organizations and their communities stakeholders the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.
EMBED ORGANIZATIONAL EXCELLENCE into our continuum of care.
EDUCATE ON ADVANCED SOCIAL WORK PRACTICES to better serve children and families.
RESPOND TO EMERGING TRENDS proactively.
The Texas Center for Child and Family Studies is the 501c3 nonprofit arm of TACFS. The Center offers trainings on a diverse array of topics, conducts cutting edge research, and unites our members on a path toward excellence.
Texas at a glance...
7.5 million children living in Texas.
31,772 children are under the care of the state.
11,612 children living with kinship caregivers.
6,689 families served statewide through prevention and early intervention programs.
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SAVE THE DATE!
October 1-3, 2018
Renaissance Austin Hotel
Registration begins August 1