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Being Well Podcast Series

Join us as we explore timely issues and topics affecting child welfare practice. We partnered with our colleagues at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC to bring you a series of podcasts. Tune in for conversations with subject matter experts on topics ranging from opioid use and its effect on substance-exposed infants to safe sleep.

Being Well Podcast1 - Neonatal Drug Exposure

Andrea Merovich discusses the topic of neonatal drug exposure with Dr. Adelaide Eichman, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics of the Division of Child Advocacy of the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.

Download: BeingWell Podcast 1 - Neonatal Drug Exposure

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We also offer a number of related trainings to child welfare professionals, among them Drug and Alcohol Issues: An Introduction for Child Welfare Professionals and Prescription Drug Abuse. If you are a child welfare professional in Pennsylvania and are interested in taking any of our related trainings, please contact your county liaison.

PACWRC Podcasts

Tune in to the Pennsylvania Child Welfare Resource Center's podcasts as we explore topics and issues of the child welfare field in Pennsylvania and beyond. Take us along with you in this portable, audio format that is as easy to carry as a steno notepad! Get updates, gain a different perspective, and learn something new. On the go or close to home.


The Pennsylvania Youth Advisory Board's mission is to educate, advocate and form partnerships to create a positive change in the substitute care system. In this podcast we address including youth as a part of the change implementation process.

Download: Podcast 1 - Normalcy

You can find more information about topics we mention through these links:

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