In the midst of this pandemic, CASCW (Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare) has begun a new series that highlights how COVID-19 is shifting the everyday lives and work of frontline child welfare professionals and the children and families they serve across the state of Minnesota. To protect one another, we must practice social distancing. But what does that mean for those of us in child welfare? Korina Barry speaks with professionals at all levels of the child welfare workforce to answer that question. Aside from insight and advice offered in each episode, what we find is that to continue the work of protecting children and families it takes all of us. It takes a village.