CoP - Safety Organized Practice

Safety Organized Practice (SOP) is a collaborative practice approach that emphasizes the importance of teamwork in child welfare. SOP aims to build and strengthen partnerships with the child welfare agency and within a family by involving their informal support networks of friends and family members. A central belief of SOP is that all families have strengths. SOP uses strategies and techniques that align with the belief that a child and his or her family are the central focus, and that the partnership between child welfare and the family exists in an effort to find solutions that ensure safety, permanency, and well-being for children. Safety Organized Practice is informed by an integration of practices and approaches, including: Solution-focused practice; Signs of Safety; Structured Decision Making; Child and family engagement; Risk and safety assessment research; Group Supervision and Interactional Supervision; Appreciative Inquiry; Motivational Interviewing; Consultation and Information Sharing Framework; Cultural Humility and Trauma-Informed Practice.
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SOP Course Listings

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This page features information and course materials for all of the Safety Organized Practice (SOP) courses the Northern California Training Academy regularly offers. This does not include trainings the Academy tailors specifically to individual counties upon request. If you would like to enroll in one of the courses below, please visit the Northern California Training Academy website for upcoming dates and locations.

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Author: Northern California Training Academy