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Document Title: Developing a Collaborative Service Array to Support a Family-Centered Approach [Webinar]
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States.
Publication Year: 2019
Abstract: Presents strategies for building a systemwide organizational culture that promotes working collaboratively to improve service array. In this recorded webinar, partners in the Tompkins County Family Treatment Court discuss working with Children and Family Futures to improve service collaboration and institute and sustain a family-focused culture and climate. Judges, court personnel, attorneys, child protective service workers, treatment professionals, and other community partners collaborate and coordinate services with the goal of ensuring children have safe, nurturing, and permanent homes and each family member receives the services and supports needed to achieve stable recovery within mandatory timeframes.
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Document Title: Partnering With Families and Youth to Shift System Culture [Webinar]
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States.
Publication Year: 2019
Abstract: Presents strategies for building and sustaining an organizational culture and climate that supports family and youth engagement at all levels of child welfare. Leaders from the Kentucky Department for Community Based Services discuss how the integration of family and youth voice has impacted the culture and climate of the agency. The recorded webinar includes an exploration of Kentucky’s Child Welfare Transformation project, an overarching framework to support a systemwide continuous improvement effort and the state’s Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams (START), a Child Protective Services (CPS) program to support families when parental substance use disorders and child maltreatment are present.
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Document Title: Becoming a Family-Focused System: Strategies for Building a Culture of Service Collaboration
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States.
Publication Year: 2019
Abstract: Offers strategies and examples for promoting a culture and climate that support collaborative development of an effective service array. This tip sheet, part of the “Becoming a Family-Focused System” series, can help agencies start a conversation about how they can improve their culture and climate after conducting an assessment.
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Document Title: Change and Implementation in Practice: Teaming Archived Webinar
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States.
Publication Year: 2018
Abstract: Provides an overview of how to create and use teams to manage change. The recorded webinar, Designing and Sustaining Teams to Support Change Efforts, includes an example of how an agency might facilitate the process of teaming to accomplish change as well as stories from the field on what teaming looks like in practice. Presenters demonstrate how to use a structured approach to develop and sustain teams and teaming structures, identify and overcome barriers, and develop concrete plans for working together, communicating, engaging stakeholders, and evaluating team efforts.
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Document Title: Change and Implementation in Practice: Teaming Videos
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States.
Publication Year: 2018
Abstract: Examines how to create and use teams to manage change. Achieving effective, sustainable change at a child welfare agency is more likely with a team in place to lead and organize the process of implementation. This series of six videos breaks down teaming into tasks or functions: identifying the team’s purpose; identifying team members and structure; developing a charter; developing a communication plan and external communication strategy; guiding the implementation process; and debriefing, evaluating, and identifying next steps.
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Document Title: A Data-Driven Approach to Service Array
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States.
Publication Year: 2018
Abstract: Provides support to administrative leaders in states and other jurisdictions in using data to assess and improve their service array. This guide offers step-by-step guidance and tools to help child welfare agency staff—including continuous quality improvement managers, data managers, program managers, and others—build capacity to work collaboratively across systems to use data to ensure the availability, accessibility, and effectiveness of services to meet the needs of the children and families being served.
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Document Title: Building Capacity to Address Chronic Neglect From a System’s Perspective
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States.
Publication Year: 2017
Abstract: Explores the complexity of chronic neglect and provides instruction on how to assess system change to meet the needs of children and youth. Users of the eLearning modules will learn to understand the processes and partnerships needed for understanding and identifying chronic neglect to effectively intervene and reduce it.
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Document Title: Creating and Sustaining Cross-System Collaboration to Support Families in Child Welfare with Co-Occurring Issues: An Administrator's Handbook.
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States.
Publication Year: 2017
Abstract: Provides information relevant to using collaborative practices and models across human service systems in order to better serve families in contact with child welfare who are dealing with co-occurring issues. The handbook defines co-occurring issues and challenges families in child welfare might face in gaining access to individualized services. This publication also defines collaboration in child welfare and provides an overview of challenges agencies face with collaborating across systems and how certain collaborative practices and models can help agencies overcome those challenges. Finally, this resource includes information on conducting a readiness assessment for effective cross-system collaboration and identifies several capacity building...more
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Document Title: Building and Sustaining Collaborative Community Relationships.
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States.
Publication Year: 2017
Abstract: Highlights the importance of effective, ongoing collaboration between child welfare agencies and community-based partners to strengthen assessment and decision-making, increase understanding of the family’s needs, promote communication and information sharing across systems, and provide better overall support to children and families. Guidance in this publication is modeled after the systems of care approach to promote best practices around building and sustaining collaborative relationships with community-based partners. The tip sheet defines key elements of successful collaboration and describes potential community-based partners. It also discusses challenges and strategies for building partnerships and assessing current collaboration practices, and outlines foundational steps for effective collaboration....more