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Child & Family Team Guidelines: Role of the Clinician in the Child and Family Team Process Arizona Dept. of Health Services Clinical Liaison job description.   February 2004
Child & Family Wraparound Plan of Care Rural Children's' Initiative Child & Family Wraparound Plan form, which includes a section on "life domains goals and activities."   October 2010
Child Development, Trauma and the Brain: The DYFS Mental Health Screening Program (Practioner's Guide) Rutgers Occupational Training and Educational Consortium This training program can help case workers learn about the impact of trauma and identify children in the child welfare system who may have mental health needs.  
Child Development, Trauma and the Brain: The DYFS Mental Health Screening Program Trainer Guide Rutgers Occupational Training and Educational Consortium This training program can help case workers learn about the impact of trauma and identify children in the child welfare system who may have mental health needs.  
Child Welfare Journal Vol. 96, No. 1 Special Issue: LGBTQ Article included in this publication: - Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative: Experiences and Outcomes of Youth who are LGBTQ - Creating Safer Spaces for Youth who are LGBTQ in Broward County, Florida: Collecting SOGIE Data for Life-Coaching Services - Strengthening Family Connections and Support for Youth in Foster Care who Identify as LGBTQ: Findings from the PII-RISE Evaluation - Gender Diversity and Child Welfare Research: Empirical Report and Implications of the Los Angeles County Foster Youth Study - ‘Because We’re Fighting to Be Ourselves’: Voices from Former Foster Youth who are Transgender and Gender Expansive - Queering the Question: Using Survey Marginalia to Capture Gender Fluidity in Housing and Child Welfare  
Child Welfare Journal Vol. 96, No. 2 Special Issue: LGBTQ Articles presented in this publication: - Reversing Erasure of Youth and Young Adults Who are LGBTQ and Access Homelessness Services: Asking about Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Pronouns - Child Welfare Systems and LGBTQ Youth Homelessness: Gender Segregation, Instability, and Intersectionality - Out of the System and onto the Streets: LGBTQ Identified Youth Experiencing Homelessness with Past Child Welfare System Involvement - Developing Relationship-Building Tools for Foster Families Caring for Teens who are LGBTQ2S - Yes We Can Allegheny: Implementing SOGIE Inclusive System Improvements in Child Welfare - Strengthening the Workforce to Support Youth in Foster Care who Identify as LGBTQ+ through Increasing LGBTQ+ Competency: Trainers’ Experience with Bias  
Child Welfare Outcomes 2002-2005: Report to Congress Report provides information regarding state performance on key national child welfare outcomes and change in performance over time.   2008
Child Welfare/Education Collaborations (Highlights) Includes state examples of education and child welfare collaborations that support the Fostering Connections Act, which requires case plans that ensure the educational stability of children in foster care and require children to be full-time students unless there is a documented medical condition stating that they are incapable of attending.   December 2010
Child and Family Services Review Process: Partnering with Substance Abuse and Mental Health Helfgott, K.P. & Young, N. PowerPoint   April 2009
Child and Family Services Reviews (2001-2004) - A Mental Health Analysis Jan McCarthy, Erika Van Burne, Marisa Irvine This analysis describes mental health challenges faced by children and families in the child welfare system and trends across states in addressing those issues. The analysis is based on the first round of state CFSR reports and Program Improvement Plans.   August 2007
Child and Family Services Reviews: Addressing Mental Health Needs of Children and Families in Child Welfare Helfgott, K. P., Britt, C., & Armstrong, M. PowerPoint   July 2008
Child and Family Services Reviews: An Opportunity to Work Together to Meet the Mental Health Needs of Children and Families Sherrand, E., Helfgott, K.P., & Zirkle, K. PowerPoint   November 2008
Child and Family Team Progress Note Rural Children's' Initiative Progress status form for Child and Family Team.   October 2010
Children and Youth with Developmental Disorders and Challenging Behavior This paper provides resources and strategies for children who have intellectual disabilites of developmental disorders that have improved outcomes and lowered costs, while diminishing risk for institutional placements, referrals to juvenile justice and child welfare.   2014
Children's Mental Health Services Maine Legislation establishing Children's Mental Health Provisions.  
Children's Strategic Plan - Cultural Competencies Strategies - Broward Co. Broward Co. Agencies Outlines 5 strategies/action steps to increase cultural and linguistic competence.   July 2003
Choosing Your Therapist San Francisco Children's System of Care (California) Form for youth to fill out to help choose a therapist, and information form for therapists to fill out.  
Clinical Director (Job Description) STARS for Children’s Mental Health Central Minnesota Mental Health Center Clinical Director Job Description  
Closing the Gap: Cultural Perspectives on Family-Driven Care T. Osher, L. Garay, B. Jennings, D. Jimerson, S. Markus, K. Martinez Describes family-driven care from four cultural perspectives—the world views, beliefs, values, traditions, customs, and languages of Asian, Black, First Nations, and Latino families living in the United States. It also discusses the role and importance of incorporating family culture, as defined by families, in outreach to, engagement, and involvement of families in care. A member of each of the four ethnic/racial groups discusses these concepts from their personal world views.   September 2011
Closing the Quality Chasm in Child Abuse Treatment, Vol. II: Partnering with Youth & Families in Mental Health Treatment for Child Abuse Presents “best practice guidelines” for partnering with youth and families in mental health treatment for child abuse, with specific information for treatment providers and mental health agencies.   September 2009
Co-occurring Disorders Treatment Workbook Free downloadable COD curriculum.   2002
Collaboration Best Practices: TA Tool Share this overview with your partnership, outlining key elements for successful collaboration essential for successful system of care governance.   2009
Collaboration Between System of Care Communities and the Child Welfare System: Creative Ideas for How to Make it Work J. Collins & A. Marshall This resource outlines the benefits to system of care communities of collaborating with the child welfare system, discusses common barriers to successful collaboration, and provides examples of effective approaches used by seven system of care communities.   July 2006
Colocating Health Services: A Way to Improve Coordination of Children’s Health Care? Susanna Ginsburg Includes the types of services that have colocated with pediatric practices, the objectives of efforts to colocate with pediatric practices and approaches used to achieve them, the benefits of colocation, and the barriers and implementation issues associated with different colocation strategies. Conclusions and implications are provided.   July 2008
Coming Out: Living Authentically as Bisexual+ Coming out is different for every person. For bisexual people, coming out can present some unique challenges. As bisexual people, we face skepticism and stereotypes about our sexuality, we are ignored and excluded from LGBTQ+ spaces, and we are often invisible to each other - challenges that can make coming out a complicated process. Coming out can also be wonderful. It can relieve the stress of having to hide part of yourself, and it gives you the ability to bring your whole self to your life and your relationships. It can also give you the chance to be a role model to others and help you connect with the bisexual community and others who support and celebrate your identity. This guide is designed to prepare you for potential challenges of coming out as bisexual and to give you the tools to come out and live openly wherever and whenever you are safe, able and ready.   October 2021


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