Topic: Child Welfare Initiatives
Why was Child Welfare Initiatives chosen as a topic by the Advisory Committee? (Click for Answer)
Child Welfare initiatives was chosen by the Advisory Committee because the Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997 requires public child welfare to track performance on established outcomes. California has built upon and expanded outcome measurement through state legislation known as AB 636. Emerging child welfare outcome statistics demonstrate the need for informed and effective practice by child welfare staff. The Child Welfare Initiatives provide best practice models that are likely to help public child welfare achieve better outcomes for children and families.
Former CEBC Advisory Committee member
Programs in this topic area
Here are your search results for programs in the area of Child Welfare Initiatives:
The programs listed below have been reviewed by the CEBC and, if appropriate, been rated using the Scientific Rating Scale.
Programs with a Scientific Rating of 2 - Supported by Research Evidence:
Programs with a Scientific Rating of 3 - Promising Research Evidence:
- Alternative Response (AR) – detailed view
– ? provisional rating until: Monday, July 1, 2013
[Family Assessment Response]Topics: Child Welfare Initiatives, Reducing Racial Disparity and Disproportionality in Child WelfareChild Maltreatment reports that do not allege sexual abuse or substantial child maltreatment (as defined by MN statute 626.556).
- Child Endangerment Risk Assessment Protocol (CERAP) – non-responderTopics: Child Welfare Initiatives
- Family Group Decision Making (FGDM) – detailed viewTopics: Child Welfare Initiatives, Placement Stabilization, Family StabilizationChildren who are abused/neglected and their family groups.
- Structured Decision Making (SDM) – detailed view
– ? provisional rating until: Monday, July 1, 2013Topics: Child Welfare Initiatives, Reducing Racial Disparity and Disproportionality in Child WelfareFamilies referred to and assessed by CPS agencies.