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Family Partners in Systems of Care and Wraparound Describes the role of the family partner within wraparound and systems of care, including information on what it takes to be a family partner, the support infrastructure that family partners need, and other roles that family members can fulfill in wraparound.   Winter 2008
Family Roles in System of Care Communities Responding to a need articulated at the last system of care meeting, this Checklist of Family Roles in System of Care Communities was created by members of the Family Involvement Community of Practice. The checklist provides a list of possible roles families can fill in systems work, keeping their level of experience in mind. Communities are encouraged to add roles as they develop family participation. It is intended to be used by project directors, lead family contacts, other   October 2012
Family Specialist Practice Standards EMQ-Sacramento Wraparound Program (California) Chart of performance outcomes, best practice activities, and quality indicators.  
Family Support and Family Involvement: Building Skills, Knowledge and Participation Deborah Jean Parsons, Lisa Lambert Describes skills, knowledge, and training needs for parent support providers that family organizations can consider as they develop these kinds of programs.   January 2012
Family and Youth Peer Support Literature Review This document provides an overview of family and youth peer support and provides an overview of literature that supports this topic.   September 2013
Family-Driven Care Assessment Tool San Francisco Children's System of Care (California) Intended as a guide to help public agencies gauge how family-driven their programs and services are.   March 2007
Family-Driven Care Work Group Planning Form ON CARE - Onondoga Co. SOC (NY) Sample work plan for implementing the core value of family-driven care in a system of care.  
Family-Provider Relationships: A Multidisciplinary Review of High Quality Practices and Associations with Family, Child, and Provider Outcomes Reviews literature from mental health systems that illustrate parent-provider relationships.   October 2011
Family-Provider Relationships: A Multidisciplinary Review of High Quality Practices and Associations with Family, Child, and Provider Outcomes Identifies common practices in positive family-provider relationships and explores associations between these relational practices and child, family, and provider outcomes. The brief can inform members of the system of care team about positive outcomes when intentional relationship development occurs.   October 2011
Federal Funding and Support Opportunities for Respite Building Blocks for Lifespan Respite Systems Susan Dougherty and Jill Kagan This guide provides basic information about each of the federal programs that provide or could potentially provide respite funding or support. It is meant to be used by state Lifespan Respite Care Programs and their partners to help identify the funding sources.   January 2012
Fight for Our Girls: Introduction Tashira Halyard Through this series, Fight for Our Girls, the Center for the Study of Social Policy’s Alliance for Racial Equity in Child Welfare seeks to radically shift the narrative surrounding girls of color and status offenses from a focus on delinquency and misbehavior to structural discrimination, trauma and youth well-being. This is an introduction to a series of briefs that will promote programs, policies and initiatives aimed at developing a trauma-informed approach to addressing status offenses and supporting the ability of girls of color to thrive.  
Financial Oversight & Board Expectations FREDLA Handout on financial oversight and board expectations   2014
Financing Behavioral Health Services & Supports for Children, Youth and Families in the Child Welfare System Jan McCarthy, MSW & Lan T. Le, MPA Provides descriptions of the various types of financing strategies being implemented both across multiple states and communities and in individual states, and explains how the strategies are being implemented.   2008
Financing Systems of Care: Medicaid and State Children's Mental Health Insurance Programs The Technical Assistance Partnership presented a six-part Web broadcast on financing systems of care. It included discussions on the roles of Medicaid, the State Children's Mental Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), and the Maternal and Child Health Block Grant/Title V of the Social Security Act. This document describes each of the six presentations and provides information about how to access and view the presentations.   2004
Finding and Using Post Adoption Services Provides information for adoptive families including common post-adoption issues, events that may trigger a need for post-adoption support, and how to find and pay for services.   September 2012
Findings From the Evaluation of OJJDP’s Gang Reduction Program Meagan Cahill & David Hayeslip Presents the findings from an independent evaluation of OJJDP's Gang Reduction Program, focusing on program implementation and outcomes in each of the target sites.   December 2010
Findings From the Evaluation of OJJDP’s Gang Reduction Program Meagan Cahill & David Hayeslip Presents the findings from an independent evaluation of OJJDP's Gang Reduction Program, focusing on program implementation and outcomes in each of the target sites.   December 2010
Findings from the RISE Youth Qualitative Interviews This brief describes findings from interviews with nine youth who are participating in RISE. The RISE Initiative aims to reduce the number of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ) youth in long-term foster care, and improve permanency by decreasing heterosexism and transphobia in caregiving settings. As part of the PII approach, a formative evaluation is being conducted to assess achievement of short- term outcomes: decreased heterosexism and transphobia. The formative evaluation is also monitoring initial implementation of the RISE interventions. Interviewed youth were asked to provide details on their perceptions of RISE, foster care services, and changes in their lives during receipt of services.  
Flexible Funding Policy Oregon Department of Human Services, Children, Adults & Families Establishes guidelines for expenditure of what are generally referred to as flexible funds.   January 2002
Flexible Funding Request Protocol Durham System of Care (North Carolina) How to request flexible funds.   August 2007
Flexible Service Funds (Wraparound Funds) Westchester Community Network (New York) Describes what flexible funds are.  
Florida’s Crosswalk for DC 0-3 to ICD-9-CM Kathryn Shea Sample crosswalk from currently and previously funded Early Childhood communities.   May 2006
Focal Point: Cultural Competence, Strengths, and Outcomes Focal Point is National Bulletin on Family Support and Children’s Mental Health  
Follow-up Email to Youth Forum Participants Rural Children's Initiative (Texas) Sample email sent to youth event participants.   May 2009
Fostering Friendships: Supporting Relationships Among Youth With and Without Developmental Disabilities Erik W. Carter, Ph.D., Jennifer Asmus, Ph.D., and Colleen K. Moss, B.S. This article examines ways to address barrier to friendships for youth, ways to foster friendships through natural supports, and benefits for students with and without developmental disabilites.   April 2013


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