News, Events, & Announcements
New Resource: Interactive Flow-Chart of Abuse and Neglect Proceedings
With funding from the Court Improvement Project Training Grant, the Center has created an interactive flowchart that provides a basic overview of the timing, purpose, and requirements of each stage in an abuse or neglect case. You may go from beginning to end or jump-in at any point in a case. We hope the flowchart will be a friendly introduction for clients and individuals newer to Children’s Court, as well as a useful refresher for experienced professionals and volunteers. The flowchart can be found on our E-Learning page under the Resources section.
Important Updates to the Child Welfare Handbook: July 2016
In July 2016, we issued the fourth semi-annual update to the 2014 Child Welfare Handbook. This update covers new cases and other legal developments during the period January 1 through June 30, 2016, and supplements the 2015 updates and the update issued in January 2016. It is important to check all four updates when using the Handbook. Click here for the updates.
2014 New Mexico Child Welfare Handbook
The 2014 New Mexico Child Welfare Handbook is available online and in print. You can download and search the Handbook from our "RESOURCES" page or purchase a print copy for $35.00 plus $8.00 for shipping and handling. To order a print copy, complete this form and submit it to Tracey Kincaid. Questions? Contact Tracey by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone at (505) 277-9170.
Updated Resource: Indian Child Welfare Act Bench Card
On behalf of the Tribal-State Judicial Consortium, the CLC has updated the Bench Card on ICWA Requirements to reflect new case law and the 2015 BIA Guidelines for State Courts and Agencies in Indian Child Custody Proceedings.
We have a new name: the Corinne Wolfe Center for Child and Family Justice
The Center has adopted a new name to better reflect our vision of a just and equitable New Mexico in which all children are safe, healthy and educated, and can build on the strength of their families and communities to thrive. Read more.