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To Eliminate Poverty and Family Violence in El Paso County
Guiding Principles - System of Care Must: Be family driven Protect the rights of families Allow smooth transitions between programs
Build community capacity to serve families Emphasize prevention and early intervention Be effectively integrated and coordinated across systems Guiding Principles - System of Care Must:
Be culturally respectful Be evaluated for outcomes continually Be delivered by competent staff Guiding Principles – Services Must:
Be accessible, accountable, and comprehensive Be individualized to meet the needs of families Be strength-based and delivered in the least intrusive manner Guiding Principles – Services Must:
A Framework for Integrated Services
TANF as a Prevention Program
Child Welfare as an Anti-Poverty Program
Linking TANF and Child Welfare Programs
Kinship Care Services Child Welfare and TANF Child Only
Sand Creek Family Services Integrated Work Environment - Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team (DVERT) Child Protective Services Domestic Violence Advocates Police/DA Financial Assistance Employment Services
Direct Link Teaming Substance Abuse programs, Child Welfare and Financial Assistance to create success for families
Self-directed Team Child Welfare Alternative TANF family preservation Team SUCCESS
POWER Team Co-occurrence of Neglect and Poverty Child Welfare assessment Safety and Self-sufficiency orientation
Integration Opportunities Early Care and Education Self-sufficiency/employment/child support Child maltreatment and poverty Reunification Teen Services/Emancipation TANF/sanctions/family stability
Agency Culture Change
Key to Successful Service Integration Community Partnerships
Leadership Expedition presented yearly
Training Framework The Four Cornerstones
1 Strategic Planning. 2 Elements of the Strategic Planning Process Strategic planning is a continual process for improving organizational performance.
Tehama Linkages Commitment Presented by LaDeena Coates, Employment & Training Worker, II Richard Phillips, Social Worker, II.
1 Strategic Planning Midwest Child Welfare Implementation Center Tribal Convening August 27-28, 2009 Steven Preister National Child Welfare Resource Center.
Comprehensive Youth Services Assessment and Plan February 21, 2014.
1 Adopting and Implementing a Shared Core Practice Framework A Briefing/Discussion Objectives: Provide a brief overview and context for: Practice Models.
Practice Model Elements Theoretical framework Values and principles Casework components Practice elements Practice behaviors.
1 Center Mission Statements SAMHSA ? CSAT Improving the Health of the Nation by Bringing Effective Alcohol and Drug Treatment to Every Community CMHS Caring.
Stemming the Tides Minnesota’s Child Maltreatment Prevention Programs Seventh Annual Citizen Review Panel Conference May 22, 2008 Brenda Lockwood, MN Dept.
Positive Outcomes for All: The Institutional Analysis in Fresno County’s DSS Catherine Huerta 1.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services Improving the Commonwealth’s Services for Children and Families A Framework.
Keeping our Commitments to Collaborative Children’s Services.
On The Right Track Multiple Response System (MRS) and System of Care (SOC) North Carolina’s Child Welfare Reform Model 1, 2008.
Bringing Protective Factors to Life in the Child Welfare System New Hampshire.
Preventing Family Crisis Finding the Assistance that your Family Needs.
1 THE CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES REVIEW (CFSR) PRACTICE PRINCIPLES: Critical Principles for Assessing and Enhancing the Service Array The Service Array.
Your Presenters Melissa Connelly, Director, Regional Training Academy Coordination Project, CalSWEC Sylvia Deporto, Deputy Director, Family & Children’s.
Multiple Response System (MRS) and System of Care (SOC) North Carolina’s Child Welfare Reform Model The North Carolina Foster and Adoptive Parent Association.
1 CFSR STATEWIDE ASSESSMENT LESSONS LEARNED (State) CFSR Kick Off (Date)
Mission: Protect the Vulnerable, Promote Strong and Economically Self- Sufficient Families, and Advance Personal and Family Recovery and Resiliency. Charlie.
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AcademyHealth 2004 Research Meeting. ASPE Human Services Policy Research Agenda Ann McCormick Office of Human Services Policy ASPE/DHHS.
1 Lessons Learned about the Service Array from the First Round of Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSRs) The Service Array Process National Child Welfare.
1 Executive Summary of the Strategic Plan and Proposed Action Steps January 2013 Healthy, Safe, Smart and Strong 1.
Statewide Children’s Wraparound Initiative COSA Conference Presenters: Erinn Kelley-Siel Mary Lou Johnson Larry Sullivan.
Copyright 2009 Northumberland County Council Safeguarding and Looked After Children’s Services Early Intervention and Prevention.
System of Care-Overview Principles and Values. Coordinated System of Care Team An initiative of Governor Bobby Jindal Office of Juvenile Justice Department.
Children’s Mental Health Reform Overview: North Sound Mental Health Administration Prepared by Julie de Losada, M.S./CMHS
Human Services Agency County of San Mateo San Mateo County Human Services Agency “Strategic Plan ( ) and Agency Accreditation” Presented.
CW/MH Learning Collaborative First Statewide Leadership Convening Lessons Learned from the Readiness Assessment Tools Lisa Conradi, PsyD Project Co-Investigator.
Using the Safe and Together ™ Model to Guide and Enhance Policy Related to Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment Kristen Selleck, MSW David Mandel &Associates,
Early Intervention: Federal Requirements and Model Programs Using Title V to Improve Outcomes for Young Children and Their Families Deborah Klein Walker,
Child Abuse: Preventive and Reactive Interventions.
A Valuable Bridge How Linkages Can Advance Other Initiatives Leslie Ann Hay, MSW Hay Consulting (206)
Your Presenters What we’re asking of you Statewide stakeholder review process taking place in all regions We want your feedback on all aspects of the.
To Learn & Develop Christine Johnson Lead Nurse Safeguarding (named nurse) - STFT Health Visitors Roles and Responsibilities in Domestic Abuse.
STRENGTHENING FAMILIES National Briefing, 2012.
Practice Area 1: Arrest, Identification, & Detention Practice Area 2: Decision Making Regarding Charges Practice Area 3: Case Assignment, Assessment &
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Connecticut Department of Children and Families Agency Overview.
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1 DHS Board Meeting Promoting Safe and Stable Families Program Overview Mark Washington Division of Family and Children Services August 18, 2010.
Building Tribal programs that invest in children, youth, and families, while preserving tribal cultural values and traditions. Hankie P. Ortiz,Deputy Bureau.
By Amie Little EDU 644 Discussion 1 week 2. The mission of DCFS is to protect children who are reported to be abused or neglected and to increase.
Commissioning social work to deliver personalisation Community Social Work in Derbyshire.
Early Help Strategy Achieving better outcomes for children, young people and families, by developing family resilience and intervening early when help.
1 Child and Family Teaming (CFT) Module 1 Developing an Effective Child and Family Team.
Problem oThe field operates under differing philosophical orientations for practice. oThe community experiences inconsistencies in the implementation.
Overview of the Child Welfare System International Center for Innovation in Domestic Violence Practice (ICIDVP)
The Network To come together to transform the partnerships among families, community and service providers to do everything possible to promote strong,
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