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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
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