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What Family Support Specialists Do: Examining Service Delivery Jennifer P. Wisdom • R. Eric Lewandowski • Michele Pollock • Mary Acri • Priscilla Shorter • S. Serene Olin • Kelsey Armusewicz • Sarah Horwitz • Kimberly E. Hoagwood This study describes services provided by family support specialists (FSS), peer advocates in programs for children with serious psychiatric conditions, to delineate differences between recommended components of FSS services and services actually provided   2013
What Might a Fully Functioning Learning Supports Component Look Like at a School? Outlines Hawaii’s Comprehensive Student Support System (CSSS) model for improving schools by integrating school and community resources.   2006
Whatever It Takes: How Twelve Communities Are Reconnecting Out-of-School Youth Nancy Martin, Samuel Halperin Discusses what 12 communities are doing to re-engage out-of-school youth.   2007
When Should the State Cease Parenting? Evidence from the Midwest Study Mark Courtney, Amy Dworsky, & Harold Pollack Reviewing a multi-state study, compares the outcomes of youth who must exit the foster care system before the age of 18 with those eligible to receive foster care services into early adulthood.   December 2007
When to Invite to Network Westchester Community Network (New York) Outlines when and why a family should be invited into the system of care.  
Why Cultural Competence is One ofWraparound’s Greatest Strengthsand Most Persistent Challenges Katherine Lazear Examines cultural competancy within wraparound practice and some of the challenges.   January 2015
Why Have a Broad-based Governance System? Designed to assist in holding open discussions with your partners and in reaching agreement on the driving forces behind your broad-based governance system.   2010
Why It Matters: Teen Childbearing & Child Welfare Alison Stewart Ng & Kelleen Kaye Presents current data on, and explores the issue of, teen parenting among youth in foster care.   May 2013
Why “Big Data” Is a Big Deal Jonathon Shaw An article about Information science and how it promises to change the world.   April 2014
Work Plan Template Rural Children's Initiative (Texas) Template for developing a work plan.  
Workforce Development Plan Building Blocks (Connecticut) Plan and action steps to develop workforce.   Fall 2006
Working Definition of Family-Driven Care One page sheet that defines family driven care and lists the guiding prinicples.   January 2008
Working Toward Family Driven Practices - Definitions Members of the Family Involvement Community of Practice worked on this document to illustrate levels of family involvement and define family involvement, family engagement and family driven. These definitions were used to detail what they look like in the area of governance. This document can expanded by communities to show levels of participation in evaluation, social marketing, choosing services, training development, hiring, etc. Principal investigators, project directors, social marketers, clinical directors, family leaders and all members of the system of care team can reference this document as they plan and implement their work.   2012
Working With An Intepreter Think Cultural Health Roles of an Interpreter and the Triadic Interview  
Working with LGBT Students of Color: A Gudie for Educators GLSEN This document shares considerations when working with LGBT students of color.  
Working with Parent Partners to Achieve Better Case Outcomes for Families Diane Boyd Rauber Parent partners provide guidance and support to parents newly involved with the child welfare system. This article provides suggestions for how parents’ attorneys can best work with parent partners and parents.   January 2010
Wraparound Care Coordinator Tool Kit Patricia Miles Identifies skills necessary for Wraparound Care Coordinator.  
Wraparound Facilitator Brief Tool Kit Rural Children's' Initiative (Texas) A list of skills necessary for effective Wraparound Care Coordination.   April 2010
Wraparound Is Worth Doing Well:An Evidence-Based Statement Eric Bruns Examines evidence-based approaches for Wraparound   January 2015
Wraparound Oregon: Early Childhood - Digital Story telling Wraparound Oregon: Early Childhood Describes how this community initiative got started, how the work has been accomplished, challenges and obstacles faced, sustainability/funding considerations, future steps, strategies for success, and contact information.  
Wraparound Work Plan (Cultural & Linguistic Competence) Rural Children's' Initiative Sample work plan for developing a culturally and linguistically appropriate wraparound process.  
Wraparound Work Plan: Cultural & Linguistic Competence Rural Children's' Initiative (Texas) Sample work plan for developing a culturally and linguistically appropriate wraparound process.  


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