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Document Title: CFSR Round 3 Statewide Data Indicator Series: Permanency in 12 Months for Children Entering Foster Care
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States
Publication Year: 2017
Abstract: Provides information and data on the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) indicator, permanency in 12 months for children entering foster care, that measures whether the agency reunifies or places children in safe and permanent homes as soon as possible after removal. For use in continuous quality improvement activities (CQI) and CFSR trainings, this factsheet takes complex data calculations related to States’ performances and condenses them into a digestible reference to help State leaders, CQI staff, and other interested child welfare professionals understand and confidently explain CFSR data indicators to a variety of audiences.
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Document Title: CFSR Round 3 Statewide Data Indicator Series: Permanency in 12 Months for Children in Care 12 to 23 Months
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States
Publication Year: 2017
Abstract: Provides information and data on the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) indicator, permanency in 12 months for children in care 12 to 23 months, that measures whether the agency reunifies or places children in safe and permanent homes in a timely manner if permanency was not achieved during the first 12 to 23 months of foster care. For use in continuous quality improvement activities (CQI) and CFSR trainings, this factsheet takes complex data calculations related to States’ performances and condenses them into a digestible reference to help State leaders, CQI staff, and other interested child welfare professionals understand and confidently...more
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Document Title: CFSR Round 3 Statewide Data Indicator Series: Permanency in 12 Months for Children in Care 24 Months or More
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States
Publication Year: 2017
Abstract: Provides information and data on the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) indicator, permanency in 12 months for children in care 24 months or more, that measures whether the agency continues to ensure permanency for children who have been in foster care for longer periods of time. For use in continuous quality improvement (CQI) activities and CFSR trainings, this factsheet takes complex data calculations related to States’ performances and condenses them into a digestible reference to help State leaders, CQI staff, and other interested child welfare professionals understand and confidently explain CFSR data indicators to a variety of audiences.
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Document Title: CFSR Round 3 Statewide Data Indicator Series: Reentry to Foster Care
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States
Publication Year: 2017
Abstract: Provides information and data on the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) indicator, reentry to foster care, that measures whether the agency’s programs and practice are effective in supporting reunification and other permanency goals so that children do not return to foster care. For use in continuous quality improvement (CQI) activities and CFSR trainings, this factsheet takes complex data calculations related to States’ performances and condenses them into a digestible reference to help State leaders, CQI staff, and other interested child welfare professionals understand and confidently explain CFSR data indicators to a variety of audiences.
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Document Title: CFSR Round 3 Statewide Data Indicator Series: Placement Stability
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States
Publication Year: 2017
Abstract: Provides information and data on the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) indicator, placement stability, that measures whether the agency ensures that children who the agency removes from their homes experience stability while they are in foster care. For use in continuous quality improvement (CQI) activities and CFSR trainings, this factsheet takes complex data calculations related to States’ performances and condenses them into a digestible reference to help State leaders, CQI staff, and other interested child welfare professionals understand and confidently explain CFSR data indicators to a variety of audiences.
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Document Title: CFSR Round 3 Statewide Data Indicator Series: Recurrence of Maltreatment
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States
Publication Year: 2017
Abstract: Provides information and data on the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) indicator, recurrence of maltreatment, that measures whether the agency was successful in preventing subsequent maltreatment of a child if the child was the subject of a substantiated or indicated report of maltreatment. For use in continuous quality improvement (CQI) activities and CFSR trainings, this factsheet takes complex data calculations related to States’ performances and condenses them into a digestible reference to help State leaders, CQI staff, and other interested child welfare professionals understand and confidently explain CFSR data indicators to a variety of audiences.
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Document Title: CFSR Round 3 Statewide Data Indicator Series: Maltreatment in Foster Care
Corporate Author: Capacity Building Center for States
Publication Year: 2017
Abstract: Provides information and data on the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) indicator, maltreatment in foster care, that measures whether the agency ensures that children do not experience abuse or neglect while in the State’s foster care system. This indicator holds States accountable for keeping children safe from harm while under the responsibility of the State, no matter who perpetrates the maltreatment while the child is in foster care. For use in continuous quality improvement (CQI) activities and CFSR trainings, this factsheet takes complex data calculations related to States’ performances and condenses them into a digestible reference to help State leaders,...more
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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