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, and Child Welfare From the Editor: Gay and No Place to Go, Redux Special Foreword: It is Time to Start Counting Kids Who are lgbtq in Child Welfare Tracey Feild Jim Casey Youth Opportunities. Parents starting out with particularly serious needs showed statistically significant improvement on every scale. A group of Native people and state representatives are creating a truth and reconciliation commission process in Maine, designed to reckon with this history as a way of improving the child welfare system and promoting healing for Wabanaki children and families. Transracial Mothering and Maltreatment: Are Black/White Biracial Children at Higher Risk? Consequently, many social service agencies are beginning to integrate MI into their training curriculum. Murphy and Whitney Harper Psychological Maltreatment, the Under-Recognized Violence Against Children: A New Portrait from Quebec Claire Malo, Jacques Moreau, Chantal Lavergne and Sonia Hlie Vol.

This process introduced the theoretical framework of social pedagogy to the provision of residential care, and it replaced the idea of psychotherapy as the primary agent of change for youth with the concept of living and learning. Dies sind unter anderem Nachschlagewerke. The authors describe a framework for the development of culturally appropriate mental health interventions responsive to the needs of African Americans. Using binary logistic regression, they are able to determine the odds that a child belonging to a particular racial or ethnic group would progress to the next decision point. Purchase this article for.95 Evaluating Multisystemic Efforts to Impact Disproportionality Through Key Decision Points Dennette Derezotes, Brad Richardson, Connie Bear King, Julia Kleinschmit-Rembert, and Betty Pratt Working in four communities, Casey Foundation/Center for the Study of Social Policy (cssp). Research Evidence Utilization in Policy Development by Child Welfare Administrators Susan Jack, Maureen Dobbins, Lil Tonmyr, Peter Dudding, Sandy Brooks, and Betty Kennedy An exploratory qualitative study was conducted to explore how child welfare administrators use research evidence in decisionmaking. Utilizing a family-driven approach and a staff partially comprised of parent-professionals, TVCs Nashville Connection and Family Connection programs have strengthened families by providing alternatives to state custody for children and families living with serious emotional or behavioral problems. Lester The Vulnerable Infants Program of Rhode Island is a care coordination program to promote permanency for substance-exposed infants by addressing parental needs and increasing collaboration among social service agencies.

The second qualitative study found that poor supervision, lack of coworker support, and organizational stress among other variables prompted these high-functioning workers to leave the agency. Purchase this article for.95 Placement History of Foster Children: A Study of Placement History and Outcomes in Long-Term Family Foster Care Johan Strijker, Erik. Soft is Hardest: Leading for Learning in Child Protection Services Following a Child Fatality Andrew Turnell, Eileen Munro, and Terry Murphy The way in which a child protection agency responds to a child fatality always has a strong influence on subsequent practice. Findings are discussed and recommendations are provided for further improvements in practice, research, and evaluation to reduce racial disparities the child welfare system. Respondents were less commonly satisfied with the care and support provided by caseworkers, their participation in higher order decisionmaking, their sense of normality, and the amount of contact with their families. What Happens When Family Resources Are Across International Boundaries? Purchase this article for.95 The Parent-Child Home Program in Western Manitoba: A 20-Year Evaluation Barbara. This was part of a larger mixed methods study of the effectiveness of these new clinical supervision models on practice, organizational, and client outcomes. Holloway, Antonio Garcia and Patricia Chamberlain From a Providers Perspective: Integrating Evidence-Based Practice into the Culture of a Social Service Organization Miranda Yates, Jennifer Nix, Jennifer Schurer Coldiron and Laurie Williams Selecting an Evidence-Based Practice in Child Welfare: Challenges. Letis Help Caregivers and Children in Informal Kinship Care: De Facto Custodian Legislation Priscilla.

Christenson and Jerry McMurtry A comprehensive evaluation of the Parent Resources for Information Development and Education (pride) foster/adopt preservice training and resource family development program was conducted one and a half years after training. Hochstadt The alarming number of children killed and seriously injured as a result of child maltreatment and neglect has led to increased calls for action. The author argues that there is little emphasis on education within the residential group care sector in Ontario that could translate into more productive educational experiences for youth. Purchase this article for.95 Best Practices for Mental Health in Child Welfare: Parent Support and Youth Empowerment Guidelines Lisa Hunter Romanelli, Kimberly. Also, children interacted with the musical activitiesaccording to the Orff Approachlike a game. Marcenko This paper presents a practical framework for relational practice with birth families, organized around parental visitation. After Family Treatment Drug Court: Maternal, Infant, and Permanency Outcomes Jean. We find that poverty is associated with higher risk scores. Family Group Decision Making and Disproportionality in Foster Care: A Case Study David Crampton and Wendy Lewis Jackson Research on the disproportionate number of children of color in the child welfare system suggests that we should focus on key decision points. During the 15 years of the Connecting Children and Families program, the short-term disruption rate was.

Implications of this model are discussed. Jackson, Kirk OBrien, and Peter. Despite these putative benefits, providers within each system, however, continue to struggle to build effective collaborations, and they face such issues as deeply ingrained mistrust and continued lack of understanding of other systems values, goals, and perspectives. The study was conducted in children who had exhibited problematic behavior possibly due to economical or psychological issues; it aimed to determine whether the Orff Approach satisfies educational and treatment purposes and is an acceptable alternative in improving self-expression, self-efficacy, and social skills. The authors conclude that the United States currently complies with most of the provisions and faces minimal risk in ratifying the remaining provisions. Here, we describe a randomized control trial testing the effectiveness of a PMT-based treatment with 700 foster/kinship parents in San Diego County. This roundtable created a transnational opportunity to discuss the emerging impact of migration on child welfare services in the United States and formed the basis of a continued multidisciplinary collaboration designed to inform and impact policy and practice at the local, state, and national levels.

Mothers reported high levels of trauma-related symptoms:.3 met probable criteria for posttraumatic stress disorder (ptsd) or depression (61.7). 1 Dafr gibt es viele Mglichkeiten: Das Verzeichnis kann an eine Kante des Satzspiegels, aber auch wenn es besonders lang ist zweispaltig gesetzt werden. Substantiation Assessment Criteria: A Framework for Evaluating Contested Substantiation in Child Protection Practice Sunday Fakunmoju This article presents substantiation assessment criteria as an evidentiary framework for evaluating contested substantiation of child maltreatment in child protection practice. Christopher Graham This article highlights current models used in child protection to assess safety and risk, and discusses implications for child maltreatment fatalities. A large sample was partitioned on the basis of race, risk, and services received. 5 Special Issue: Convention on the Rights of the Child The USA and Non-Ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child Yanghee Lee Editoris Note: Professor Yanghee Lee is a national of the Republic of Korea. Ann Patrick Conrad This article sets forth a bio-psycho-social-spiritual perspective on the needs and rights of children. Because of the excellent quality and comprehensiveness of these statements, the Casey Clinical Foster Care Research and Development Project undertook consensus development work to enhance and build upon these statements.

Native American children represented.9 of all children in the United States in the late 1990s, but they comprised.1 of the substitute care population in state-run child welfare systems (Morrison,., 2010). Purchase this article for.95 Implementation of Group Supervision in Child Welfare: Findings from Arizonas Supervision Circle Project Cynthia. However, fewer children in the FDR group were removed than children in the INV group. Familiarity with data and supervisor support were significant predictors of child welfare workers data use. Multivariate analyses found that CPS system factors were substantially different for three categories of rereporting, unsubstantiated rereports, substantiated rereports, and recurrence reports. Alcohol frequency, education, and monthly income were not found to be unique, significant predictors of any dependent variables. Child custody dispute files were more likely to be opened more than three times and they had higher rates of malicious referrals, compared to non-custody child protection files. Findings are presented regarding the stability of relationships as well as complex role dilemmas experienced by kinship youth as they relate to caregivers and birthparents in the child welfare context. Providing material necessities and providing adequate structure were ranked as the least serious types of neglect.

The current paper describes the rationale, characteristics, and challenges of applying concepts from the safety culture literature to cpsas. Child Welfare Employee Recruitment and Retention: An Organizational Culture Perspective DeBrenna LaFa Agbenyiga Drawing data from an organizational culture study, this cross-sectional study investigates the effect of organizational culture on child welfare employee recruitment and retention (N 92). Several promising findings suggest that this approach can help jurisdictions improve the lives of young children and their families capacity to care for them. Joint training of child welfare and behavioral health staff was negatively associated with numbers of moves and numbers of days out of home. Implications for child welfare practice are identified. The messages are presented from the parents point of view within three major themes: understanding the hopes and fears we have for our children, understanding our settlement challenges, and working with us in the development of child welfare policies and services. Implications for achieving outcomes affecting safety, permanence, and well-being of children, are discussed. The Family Support Scale (FSS) has been used to measure social support among kinship caregivers (Kelley., 2011; Leder., 2007 however, there has been no rigorous examination of the psychometric properties of the FSS when administered to kinship caregivers.

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