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*Changing Systems -- Outcomes From the RWJF n/a n/a  
*National Prison Rape Elimination Commission Report  
*The Impact of Teen Court on Young Offenders  
*Trauma Among Girls in the Juvenile Justice System  
*Victimization and Juvenile Offending  
2007 CFSR Toolkit for Youth Involvement NRCOI and NCWRCYD This document offers practical strategies for collaborating with youth in the CFSR.   2007
2008 Fact Sheet on Demographics: Adolescents & Young Adults Contains 2006 data on the U.S. adolescent and young adult population (ages 10–24), highlights trends, and presents data on racial and ethnic make-up, poverty rates, family structure types, school-enrollment rates, the median age of first marriage, and childbearing among unmarried young adult females.   2008
2009-2010 Public Education & Social Marketing Plan The THRIVE Initiative - Maine Sample social marketing plan.   March 2011
2016 RISE Project Outreach and Relationship Building Program Manual Vol. 1 The purpose of the manual is to assist others in the field in replicat- ing or adapting a key component of the RISE Project, ORB, for their local use. Replicating or adapting ESIs with fidelity to the interventions builds evidence in child welfare and expands the range of intervention effectiveness to different target populations and or- ganizational contexts. These efforts to build evidence serve several purposes, including preparing an intervention for evaluation, either during implementation or later, depending on the organizational context in which an intervention is implemented, and building a base of replicable interventions that can serve the complex needs of diverse communities of children and families. This manual does not provide details about or findings from the evaluation. The evaluation report is being published separately. The intended audience for this program manual includes potential implementers of the intervention, including child welfare administrators and staff, evaluators, and purveyors.  
2016 RISE Project Outreach and Relationship Building Program Manual Vol. 2 Training Guide User’s Manual: The purpose of these training manuals are to help trainers train the RISE LGBTQ+ competency trainings to child welfare system public and private agency providers.  
2016 RISE Project Outreach and Relationship Building Program Manual Vol. 3 Social Work Practice for LGBTQ and Gender-Variant Youth Training Manual: Skills for reducing barriers to permanency for LGBTQ and gender-variant youth in foster care. The Outreach and Relationship Building (ORB) Team is the RISE project intervention focused on building practitioner competency to reduce barriers in caregiving settings by decreasing heterosexism, anti-gay and anti-transgender bias. The ORB curriculum consists of two trainings (LGBTQ Foundation and Social Work Practice, respectively). The LGBTQ Foundation training provides basic knowledge about terminology and concepts related to sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression; the coming out process; the impact of accepting and rejecting behaviors; the positive power of affirming environments; and the legal and professional standards guiding work with LGBTQ youth. The Social Work Practice training consists of five units and provides practitioners with opportunities to combine the knowledge acquired in the LGBTQ Foundation training with common practice skills, such as active listening, motivational interviewing, assessing environments, and responding to specific instances of biases. Participants must attend the LGBTQ Foundation training prior to attending the Social Work Practice training. Each training is 3-3.5 hours in length.  
2016 RISE Project Outreach and Relationship Building Program Manual Vol. 4 The Supportive Families, Safe Homes training consists of four units that provide foster parents basic information about the permanency needs, health, and well-being of LGBTQ and gender-variant children and youth. More specifically, the training seeks to increase caregiver knowledge related to (1) attitudes, beliefs, and information regarding sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression; (2) the coming-out process and its significance; and (3) family acceptance and rejection and the impact on health outcomes for LGBTQ children and youth. The training is 90 minutes in length and includes the following learning objectives and intended outcomes:  
2016 RISE Project: The Care Coordination Team (CCT) Program Manual This program manual provides detailed information about the implementation process of the LA LGBT Center’s Permanency Innovation Initiative—Recognize, Intervene, Support, and Empower (RISE). RISE aims to improve permanency for LGBTQ+ children and youth in the foster care system by reducing heterosexism and anti-gay and anti-transgender bias and increasing support for their LGBTQ+ identity. The purpose of the manual is to assist others in the field in replicating or adapting a key component of the RISE Project, the CCT, for their local use. Replicating or adapting ESIs with fidelity to the interventions builds evidence in child welfare and expands the range of intervention effectiveness to different target populations and or­ ganizational contexts. These efforts to build evidence serve several purposes, including preparing an inter­vention for evaluation (either during implementation or later, depending on the organizational context in which an intervention is implemented) and building a base of replicable interventions that can serve the complex needs of diverse communities of children and families. The intended audiences for this program manual are potential implementers of the intervention, including child welfare administrators and staff, evaluators, and purveyors.  
A Compilation of Lessons Learned from the 22 Grantees of the 1997 Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children and their Families Program Edited by: The National Resource Network for Child and Family Mental Health Services at the Washington Business Group on Health Sites were asked to document their "lessons learned" in implementing the federal grant programs. The collection covers five important areas: 1) family involvement/empowerment, 2) cultural competence, 3) systems of care, 4) evaluation, and 5) managed care.   1998
A Cultural Competency Toolkit: Ten Great Sites Share Lessons Learned Each chapter of the toolkit provides an overview of one of ten model minority outreach programs.  
A Family Guide to the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) Michael Hogan & Dwan Blanchard Booklet developed to help American Indian families understand the Indian Child Welfare Act and the timeline for out-of-home placement under the ICWA in Minnesota.  
A Family's Guide to Handling Anti-Gay (LGBTQ) Harassment Provides information for families on how they should respond to anti-LGBTQ harassment and how they can use schools as resources.   2005
A Family's Guide to the Child Welfare System Jan McCarthy, Anita Marshall, etc. This comprehensive resource answers many of the questions families face when they become involved with the child welfare system.   December 2003
A Framework for Alternative Human Service Financing This paper examines some of the alternative possibilities that can move human services away from its current unsustainable trajectory and toward viable new funding options. It also explains how the funds that are already available for human service needs can be used in a more productive and efficient manner and can support sustainable and meaningful outcomes.   September 2012
A Framework for School-Wide Bullying Prevention and Safety Developed to provide guidance to education agencies and school administrators, this document provides a framework for implementing effective school-wide bullying prevention and safety efforts.   2012
A Guide for Father Involvement in Systems of Care K. Martinez, F. Rider, N. Cayce, S. Forssell, J. Poirier, et al. Shares information about the importance of fathers in the lives of their children, and it identifies potential consequences if they are not involved. Offers strategies for systems and families, especially those who are involved in systems of care, to help fathers become more involved. It was updated to include new resources and information about fathers involved in substance abuse, fathers who have been or are incarcerated, and gay fathers and fathers of LGBT children.   April 2013
A Guide for Father Involvment in Systems of Care Ken Martinez, Frank Rider, Nadia Cayce, Steve Forssell, Jeffrey Poirier, Sharon Hunt, Gerard Crawford, James Sawyer This guide shares information about the importance of fathers in the lives of their children, and it identifies potential consequences if they are not involved.   April 2013
A Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Or Transgender Educator’s Process For Coming Out ttorney’s Perspective Jerry Painter Provides guidance for educators who want to safely come out in their school community.  
A Model of Pediatric Psychopharmacology-Psychotherapy Treatment Integration in the Ambulatory Clinical Setting Daniel F. Connor • Alok Banga This paper describes the rationale for, core elements of, and implementation challenges of an integrated psychopharmacology- psychotherapy treatment model for earlyonset behavioral health disorders that commonly present to child and adolescent psychiatrists working in the ambulatory clinical setting.   June 2012
A NEW TOOL FOR SCALING IMPACT: HOW SOCIAL IMPACT BONDS CAN MOBILIZE PRIVATE CAPITAL TO ADVANCE SOCIAL GOOD This report outlines the market context for social impact bonds, how they work, risks, and promising intitial social impact bond applications.  


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