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Title File Author Description Article Date
Opportunities to Involve Treatment Professionals During the 3 Phases of the CFSR Process This list provides examples of ways for treatment professionals and their child welfare counterparts to collaborate through the CFSR process.   2010
Organizational Self Assessment for Cultural and Linguistic Competence Kristin Ferguson-Colvin, Elaine Maccio This brief provides an overview of organizational cultural and linguistic competence, organizational assessment, and resources. Much of the information provided is adapted from resources provided by the National Center for Cultural Competence (NCCC) at the Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development in Washington, DC.   September 2012
Our Space & beFIERCE Stephanie Perron Our Space is a LGBTQ youth community center operated in Hayward, Calif., that serves LGBTQ youth between the ages of 14 to 24. Our Space supported the development of beFIERCE, a tool kit for providers working with LGBTQ foster care youth. beFIERCE walks providers through the needs of LGBTQ youth and how their organizations can better support the population.   2015
Out of the Shadows: Supporting LGBTQ Youth in Child Welfare Through Cross-System Collaboration Martin, M., Down, L., & Erney, R. This resource reviews the disproportionate representation of LGBT young people of color who are engaged in the child welfare system. This resource reviews outcomes and protective factors.   2016
Outcome Evaluation Phase I Report- A Report for Field Test Particpants Arch National Respite Network and Resource Center A report was published in 1999 that included instruments for evaluating outcomes of respite and crisis care programs. This report describes the field-testing process, outcomes of the field-testing, and subsequent recommendations for revisions of the manual and instruments.   July 2001
Outcomes Logic Model Template Rural Children's Initiative (Texas) Template that can be used to develop a logic model.  
PARK Project Governance Structure Bridgeport PARK Project (Connecticut) Governance structure organizational chart.  
PII Approach: Building Implementation and Evaluation Capacity in Child Welfare The PII approach integrates the tenets of implementation science and program evaluation into a coordinated framework to support and evaluate this initiative. This report describes this collaborative approach to implementation and evaluation that is currently underway.   2014
Parent Advisory Council (Job Description) Cuyahoga Tapestry System of Care Parent Advisory Council job description.  
Parent Lead Job Duties Cuyahoga Tapestry System of Care Parent Lead job description.  
Parent Partner Strengths and Needs Self-Check Patricia Miles Identifies skills necessary for Parent Partners hired within Wraparound Projects, with ratings of "confidence level."  
Parent-Infant Relationship Global Assessment Scale (PIR-GAS) Concise information from the DC 03 about the Parent-Infant Relationshilp Global Assassement Scale.   2005
Parental Mental Health and Its Impact on Children This publication presents the key findings of the literature review, Parental mental health and its impact on children, prepared by the Department of Community Services Centre for Parenting and Research. It describes factors associated with vulnerability and resilience, potential impacts on children and young people, adverse outcomes in relation to specific mental health disorders, and early intervention programs.   August 2008
Parental Substance Use & the Child Welfare System Factsheet provides an overview of issues faced by families affected by parental substance use who enter the child welfare system, and examines both service barriers and innovative approaches that child welfare agencies have developed to meet their needs.   January 2009
Parenting a Transgender or Gender-Expansive Child: How to Protect Your Family Against False Allegations of Child Abuse Parents raising transgender and gender-expansive children must take additional steps that they could not have anticipated when their child was first born. These parents must also prepare their child and family to cope with the possibility of negative reactions, based on fear or misinformation, to their child’s gender and the family’s decision to love and affirm their child for who they are.  
Parents with Mental Health Issues: Consequences for Children & Effectiveness of Interventions Designed to Assist Children & their Families Dr. Leone Huntsman Reviews research on the consequences for children of having a parent with mental health issues, and the effectiveness of strategies and interventions designed to support affected families.   November 2008
Parents with Mental Illness & Implementation of ASFA B.J Friesen, J. Nicholson, K. Kaplan, & S. Solomon This paper examines how implementation of the Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA) may affect families in which a parent has a mental illness. It presents evidence that such parents may suffer discrimination when the psychiatric diagnosis alone leads to an assumption of risk in lieu of a more complete assessment of a parent’s behavior or parental competence.   2009
Parents’ Guide for Helping Children in the Wake of Disaster Provides advice for parents on how to recognize traumatic symptoms in their children, and how to communicate with them to assist them with the healing process.   2005
Partnering with Child Welfare to Promote Safely, Permanency, & Well-Being Helfgott, K. P. PowerPoint   May 2008
Partnering with Your Child’s School: A Guide for Parents Provides parents of children with physical or mental health challenges suggestions for how to develop a partnership with their children’s school.   2007
Partnering with Your Child’s School: A Guide for Parents (Spanish Version) Provides parents of children with physical or mental health challenges suggestions for how to develop a partnership with their children’s school.   2007
Peer Support Program: Methods for Helping Residential Youth Connect with Peers Brian C. Kovach, M.A. This paper proposes that a program designed to help residential youth recognize and develop ways to support peers may help promote a sense of personal empowerment and create a positive, supportive treatment environment.   July 2012
Peer Support in Adult Mental Health Services: A Metasynthesis of Qualitative Findings Gill Walker and Wendy Bryant This study aimed to synthesize findings from several quantitative reviews on the effectiveness of peer support.   2013
Peer-Centered Practice: A Theoretical Framework for Intervention with Young People in and from Care Kim Snow and Varda Mann-Feder This paper puts forward a conceptual framework for engaging peers as central to transitional services for care-leavers.  
People Recover Tells the story of individuals who are dealing with co-occurring (substance abuse and mental health) disorders through a comic book.   2013


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