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Mon, Feb 13


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De-Colonizing Case Management to Improve Outcomes for System Involved Youth & Families of Color

Rosa Revuelta

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De-Colonizing Case Management to Improve Outcomes for System Involved Youth & Families of Color
De-Colonizing Case Management to Improve Outcomes for System Involved Youth & Families of Color

Time & Location

Feb 13, 2023, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM PST

Online Event

About the Event

Rosa Revuelta

Training Description

Engaging with systems is challenging for youth and families of color. They often find themselves having to meet the demands of these systems in order to get the support they need or exit systems they don’t want to be a part of. Traditional Case Management creates a lot of barriers to engagement and does not always connect with the participant’s lived experience and assets. In this training, we will explore strategies and theories that can be used to engage participants in support that promotes change, empowerment, and liberation. We will explore empowerment-based theories and practices that meet participants where they are while engaging in practices of unlearning.

Learning Objectives

· Participants will be able to identify one asset-based strategy they can put into practice when supporting youth of color.

· Participants will be able to apply one practice for liberatory reflection as they implement strategies for decolonizing the way they provide case management support.

· Participants will be able to compare 2 ways that cultural humility can impact the way they provide support for youth and families of color.


1:00–1:15PM  Welcome and Introduction

1:15–2:15PM  What is decolonizing? Creating a baseline understanding of socialization and the impact of colonialism

2:15-3:15PM  Obstacles for engaging services for Communities of Color

3:15–3:30PM  BREAK (CE hours will not be offer for this time)

3:30–4:45PM  Asset-based Theories & Strategies and Laboratory Approaches

4:45–5:00PM  Closing and Questions

Meet Our Trainer

Rosa is a first-generation Chicana, the oldest daughter of immigrant parents from Mexico, and a proud mama to a 1-year-old. Rosa has 15+ years of experience advocating for women and communities of color, 10 of those years as a strategic leader and in management roles.

An advocate from an early age her work meets at the intersection of gender equity and racial justice by focusing on supporting and empowering communities and professionals. Rosa enjoys helping others learn and grow and works to increase the leaders’ knowledge and skills through coaching and leadership development. Rosa is a lifelong learner and holds a bachelor's in Social Work, a Master's in Mexican American Studies, and a Master's in Nonprofit Administration.

This course meets the qualifications for (3.75) BBS CE hours for LCSWs, LMFTs, LPCCs, and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences & is provided by Fred Finch Youth Center, CAMFT Provider #045295.

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