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Webinars: May and June 2014

  • Using EBP for Systems Change: Addressing the Needs of Katie A Youth and Families
  • San Francisco City and County: Katie A. as a Catalyst to Transition from Compliance to Improvement
  • Engaging Parents and Families in the Implementation of Pathways to Well-Being (Katie A.)

Using EBP for Systems Change: Addressing the Needs of Katie A Youth and Families

May 16, 2014

Webinars: May and June 2014

This presentation provides an overview of how the Core Practice Model can serve as a framework for inter-agency collaboration and positive change.  In addition, the webinar looks at implementing appropriate and effective Evidence Based Practices (EBP) within the framework to meet the needs of youths and families in the child welfare system.  Lastly, it highlights the differences among the levels of evidence for practice approaches and discuss ways to ensure accountability and desired outcomes.

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Functional Family Therapy Statewide Dashboard Report Through July 2013

Agression Replacement Training (TM) Aggregate Evaluation Report for Fall 2013

Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Aggregate Evaluation Report Through July 2013

Triple P Parenting LA PEI Aggregate Program Performance Dashboard Report through July 2013

San Francisco City and County: Katie A. as a Catalyst to Transition from Compliance to Improvement

June 19, 2014

Webinars: May and June 2014

This presentation will provide an overview of how San Francisco City and County is using Katie A. Implementation as an opportunity to shift from a compliance framework to an improvement framework to achieve health, safety, permanency and well-being for children and families.

CiBHS is currently working with San Francisco City and County. They support SF in their transition to an improvement framework through the design, implementation, and use of quality improvement tools and measures in the Interagency Services Collaborative (IASC).

Engaging Parents and Families in the Implementation of Pathways to Well-Being (Katie A.)

June 27, 2014

Webinars: May and June 2014

A key value and principle of the implementation of Katie A. is that parents and key caregivers are full partners in the process in order to ensure better outcomes for children and families. In this webinar, two successful family organizations will present their approaches. United Advocates for Children and Families will discuss the importance of family voice in the implementation process, the role of family members, and the technical assistance available for family members through their organization. Parents Anonymous will present the Evidence-based framework of Shared leadership with essential components that produce positive change at the policy, program and practice levels of Pathways to Well-Being.

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