Building a 21st Century DCBS: A Conversation with Community Stakeholders By Kentucky Youth Advocates|2021-09-23T10:22:21-04:00September 23rd, 2021|Podcast| This week on our Advocate Virtual Forum, we continue the discussion on the challenges, opportunities, and future of the Kentucky Department for Community Based Services workforce. DCBS Commissioner Marta Miranda-Straub and members of DCBS leadership have a conversation with community stakeholders, including Kathy Adams, Director of Public Policy for Children’s Alliance; Tiffany Hall, COO at Volunteers of America Mid-States; Rick Wurth, CEO of Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky; and, Melissa Goins of the state Office of FRYSC. This is part two of a two-part series with DCBS. Listen to part one in the September 16, 2021 Making Kids Count episode. View the slideshow presentation from DCBS. Thank you to Aetna Better Health of Kentucky for supporting the Making Kids Count podcast. Visit AetnaMedicaidKY.com/choose to learn more about their health care benefits and programs designed with your family’s wellbeing in mind. Share This! FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestEmail Related Posts Early Childhood Ecosystem & Workforce Supporting Families with Babies Building a 21st Century DCBS: A Conversation with the Commissioner Message on the 2021 Special Session Understanding Routine & COVID-19 Vaccinations for Kids Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.