Presentations, materials and other resources offered throughout the 2019 Continuous Quality Improvement Statewide Conference for Child Welfare and Probation at UC Davis.
This thirty minute presentation serves as a preview/orientation to the Northern California Training Academy's in-person training: Advanced Analytics for Child Welfare Administration. To learn more about the Academy and upcoming courses, please visit humanservices.ucdavis.edu/Academy
This resource provides access to the Northern California Training Academy's "Advanced Issues of Adult and Child Mental Health" classroom materials. To learn more about the Northern California Training Academy and the classes offered, please visit humanservices.ucdavis.edu/academy.
This resource provides access to information related to the implementation of Extended Foster Care in California (formerly known as AB 12).
A new rate structure for Home-Based Foster Care (HBFC) was necessitated with the passage of the Continuum of Care Reform (CCR). In response, a Level of Care (LOC) Protocol has been developed for use by county child welfare and probation placement workers. A LOC matrix using five domains (Physical, Behavioral/Emotional, Health, Educational and Permanency/Family Services Domain), separately scored, and designed to promote best practices in meeting the individual needs of children/youth in the foster care system.
The purpose of this ACL is to provide information around the requirements and guidelines for creating and providing a Child and Family Team
The purpose of this ACL is to update information previously provided in ACL 16-79 about the new HBFC and STRTP rate structures and to describe Phase II rate implementation. All Phase II rates described in this letter will be paid prospectively effective December 1, 2017 and will not be paid retroactively to January 1, 2017.
This resource provides access to analyses related to core training for child welfare social workers in the Northern California region.
This resource provides access to the Northern California Training Academy's annual reports dating back to 2008.
This page hosts training materials associated with the Northern Academy's Best Practices in Emergency Response (ER) training. This hands-on, Safety Organized Practice (SOP)-based class offers participants advanced training in the use of best practices designed to enhance family engagement and balanced assessments during Child Welfare ER investigation, assessment and front end intervention services to improve outcomes and long-term safety for children.
Keynote presentations, videos, workshop materials, and other resources from the 2021 CQI Statewide Conference for Child Welfare and Probation at UC Davis
This resource features presentations and materials offered throughout the 2018 Continuous Quality Improvement Statewide Conference for Child Welfare and Probation, which was hosted by the California Department of Social Services at the University of California, Davis from March 28-29, 2018.
Summary: This site contains the materials for the CWS/CMS course. There are materials that we are asking the participants to copy and bring with them to the class. There are materials that the Resource Center will provide for participants and there are materials that we are providing to participants that we ask for them to review prior to the class that do not need to be printed.
Access curricula for the Northern California Training Academy's CWS/CMS for New Users (consortium) Course. Learn more about the Northern California Training Academy by visiting humanservices.ucdavis.edu/academy
This curriculum is designed to educate social workers about the experiences and needs of families involved with both public welfare and child welfare services so that they can provide high-quality case management services within a post-welfare reform environment. Based on research from a longitudinal, ethnographic study of families living in an urban environment, the curriculum includes: a review of child welfare outcomes in the welfare reform era; a description of welfare reform as implemented in one county, including examples from the client's perspective of managing within a welfare-to-work environment; a cost of living analysis of life on welfare; a set of case examples illustrating pathways from welfare to child welfare, with special attention to aspects of welfare reform which may play a role in child welfare outcomes; and a discussion of how to apply qualitative research methods toward improving child welfare practice, as well as an explanation of the research methods used for the study. (187 pages)Frame, L., Berrick, J. D., Sogar, C., Berzin, S. C., & Pearlman, J. (2001).
This resource includes a webinar overview of the CA Core Practice model, practice behaviors, and a description of the theoretical framework underlying the model
This resource features tools designed for child welfare leaders in California to use and adapt to meet the workforce development needs of their specific county or jurisdiction.
This page provides access to the presentations and materials offered throughout the 2018 California Safety Organized Practice Conference, which was hosted by the Northern California Training Academy at the University of California, Davis June 26-27. The statewide conference provided an opportunity for counties implementing Safety Organized Practice (SOP) to explore strategies for rigor and depth of practice across the case continuum, and to share strengths, challenges and successes around implementation and sustainability.
This project includes three teaching modules in the area of child welfare management: Child Welfare Staff Relations, Social Advocacy in Child Welfare, and Program Development in Child Welfare. Each module includes a statement of purpose, learning objectives, reference readings, an outline for the presentation, and resources for teaching. (35 pages)California State University, Long Beach, (1994). Child Welfare Management Modules