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Child Welfare Services’ Emergency Response Options

March 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Child Welfare Services’ Emergency Response Options: How does a Child Come into the Foster Care System and What Can Be Done to Protect Them?

In honor of Social Worker Appreciation Month, we are pleased to invite Carol Ullrich-Hasch, MSW, to speak to our Association about how at-risk children come to the attention of Child Welfare Services, and what initial steps are taken to ensure their safety. Ms. Ullrich-Hasch will be providing information related to the following topics:

  • How does an at-risk child typically come to the attention of the Child Welfare Services Agency?
  • What are some options for CWS when an at-risk child comes to its attention?
  • How does CWS investigate and/or respond to allegations of child abuse or neglect?

Carol Ullrich-Hasch began her career assisting foster children in El Dorado County, but in 2013, she returned to Sutter County, where she was born and raised. She has worked as a Sutter County Social Worker ever since. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, and her Master’s Degree in Social Work, graduating with distinction, from Chico State University.

Ms. Ullrich-Hasch currently serves as the Social Worker Supervisor II over the Emergency Response Unit for Sutter County’s Child Welfare Services Agency. In this role, she has developed a deeper understanding of the investigative and prevention side of the child welfare system, as well as leading a team of extremely talented social workers who receive and investigate reports of alleged child abuse and neglect. Carol and her team are committed to the safety and protection of children, and the protection and well-being of families, aiming to preserve that family unit when it is safe to do so.

YSBA Newsletter March 2024


March 19
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Melissa Poulos


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