The National Association of Child Welfare Administrators

About NAPCWA

 

 

The National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators (NAPCWA) is a national organization founded in 1983 to represent public child welfare agencies. NAPCWA’s primary members are public child welfare administers, deputies and other child welfare agency staff that envision a safe and loving public child welfare system to provide children with permanent homes and support in their social and emotional growth and development. NAPCWA provides national leadership for the development of sound policy, successful and innovative practices, and critical capacity building to improve agency performance and consumer outcomes.


NAPCWA is governed by a 25-member Executive Committee whose members are elected annually by the state and local public agency membership and is an affiliate of the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA).

Congratulations to our 2016 Award Winners

APHSA Issues Press Release Announcing the 2016 NAPCWA Award Winners:

 

  • Cindy Walcott, Deputy Commissioner, Vermont Department of Children and Families, Recipient of the Betsey R. Rosenbaum Award for Leadership in Public Child Welfare

 

  • Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Chairman, Senate Finance Committee and Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), Ranking Member, Senate Finance Committee, Recipients of the Peter W. Forsythe Award for Excellence in Public Child Welfare

 

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