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CODE OF PROFESSIONAL ETHICS FOR REHABILITATION COUNSELORS This document covers several topics that ensure ethical and proffessional practice.   June 2009
COUNTY INTER-AGENCY COORDINATING COUNCIL (CIACC) MANUAL This report lists the CIACC roles and functions, authority, mission, population served.   May 2008
CQI Work Group Draft Planning Form ON CARE - Onondaga County System of Care (New York) Sample work plan for developing a CQI system for tracking the system of cares progress toward its goals.  
CWLA Best Practice Guidelines: Serving LGBTQ Youth in Out-of-Home Care This easy-to-use resource contains the first-ever set of comprehensive professional guidelines for how child welfare and juvenile justice professionals can best serve LGBT youth in state care. The Best Practice Guidelines for Serving LGBT Youth in Out of Home Care developed out of recommendations from the Model Standards Project, a collaboration between Legal Services for Children and the National Center for Lesbian Rights.   2006
Care Coordinator (Job Description) Child Guidance Center of Bridgeport (CT) Care Coordinator Job Description  
Care Coordinator (Job Description) Burrell Behavioral Health Care Coordinator Job Description  
Care Coordinator (Job Description)2 Community Based Care of Brevard Care Coordinator Job Description  
Care Management Entities: A Primer This article provides a quick overview of CME's including: what it is, goals, function, population of focus, health homes, and structures.   March 2011
Caring for Kids After Trauma and Death: A Guide for Parents and Professionals Robin F. Goodman, Ph.D. Provides guidance for parents and professionals in aiding children with trauma.   2002
Caring for LGBTQ Children & Youth: A Guide for Child Welfare Providers This booklet was developed to provide information about the care and support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning children and youth. Unfortunately, we know LGBTQ youth are disproportionately represented in the child welfare system and often face discrimination and mistreatment in out-of-home care. This guide includes information on terminology and several basic, but key, tips on how to best support and care for LGBTQ children and youth.  
Case Manager (Job Description) Wings for Children & Families, Inc. Case Manager Job Description   February 2004
Casey: Reducing Disproportionality & Disparities for Children and Families of Color in the Child Welfare System Kristin J. Ward, PhD Study examines how the Casey Family Programs' Breakthrough Series Collaborative on Disproportionality aided child welfare agencies in reducing the number of children of color in the foster care system and in implementing strategies to equalize how the system treats these children and their families.   2008
Challenges Faced by Mental Health Peer Support Workers: Peer Support from the Peer Supporter’s Point of View Vivien Kemp Anthony R. Henderson This study aimed to identify the various challenges encountered by peer support workers in Western Australia in the course of their work and to identify possible solutions to those challenges   2012
Challenges and Opportunities in Children’s Mental Health A View from Families and Youth Sarah Dababnah, Janice Cooper Report documents family and youth perspectives on critical issues in children’s mental health policy and service delivery, and highlights innovative interventions that strengthen family and youth involvement.   July 2006
Child & Family Team Guidelines: Role and Performance Expectations of the Facilitator/Case Manager Arizona Dept. of Health Services Facilitator/Case Manager job description.   February 2004
Child & Family Team Guidelines: Role of the Child Family Team Coach Within the Comprehensive Service Arizona Dept. of Health Services Child Family Team Coach job description.   February 2004
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


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