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An Individualized, Strengths-Based Approach in Public Child Welfare Driven Systems of Care
National Technical Assistance and Evaluation Center for Systems of Care. |
|Year Published: 2008|
Demonstration Sites, References, and Additional Resources
Improving Child Welfare Outcomes Through Systems of Care Demonstration Grant Communities
California – Partnering4Permanency – Valerie Earley, Project Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Colorado – Jefferson County System of Care – Susan Franklin, Project Director, SFrankli@jeffco.us
Kansas – Family Centered Systems of Care – Beth Evans, Project Director, email@example.com
Nevada – Caring Communities Project – Tiffany Hesser, Project Director, HesserTi@co.clark.nv.us
New York – The CRADLE in Bedford Stuyvesant: A Systems of Care Initiative – Nigel Nathaniel, Project Director, Nigel.Nathaniel@dfa.state.ny.us
North Carolina – Improving Child Welfare Outcomes Through Systems of Care – Eric Zechman, Project Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
North Dakota – Medicine Moon Initiative: Improving Tribal Child Welfare Outcomes Through Systems of Care – Deb Painte, Project Director, email@example.com
Oregon – Improving Permanency Outcomes Project – Patrick Melius, Project Director, Patrick.J.Melius@state.or.us
Pennsylvania – Locally Organized Systems of Care – Andrea Richardson, Project Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Using the Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale
Child Welfare Information Gateway, Systems of Care Resource Library
North Carolina Family Assessment Scale, Version 2.0, Definitions and User's Guide