Oklahoma Child Abuse Prevention Network Annual Program Report January 30, 2020: Appendix A.
Oklahoma Child Abuse Prevention Network.
State Resource Technical Report
Published: January 2020
This annual program report for 2019 discusses the activities and accomplishments of Oklahoma’s Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention grant. It reviews funded initiatives in the areas of: infrastructure, including the Oklahoma Partnership of School Readiness, family planning, services for women, infants, and children, and the Stars Rating System for quality child care in Oklahoma; primary prevention, including Early Head Start, pre-kindergarten programs, Educare, child guidance general services, and substance abuse services; secondary prevention programs, including the Incredible Years, the Parents as Teachers home visitation services, Children First and the Nurse Family Partnership programs, Family Expectations; Healthy Start, the MIECHV federal home visitation program, evidence-based home visitation, Project Self Care in Oklahoma County, and Project SafeCare in Tulsa; and tertiary prevention, including comprehensive home-based services and parent aide services, SoonerStart early intervention services, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, systems of care, mental health services, substance abuse services, domestic violence services, and Oklahoma drug courts. The targeted population for each initiative is discussed, as well as information on the number of people served and the outcomes of each program.
COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES; child abuse; Oklahoma; State federal aid; grants; early intervention programs; home visiting programs; prevention programs; secondary prevention; primary prevention; tertiary prevention; substance abuse treatment; family courts; systems of care; interagency collaboration