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Strengthening family-focused community resource hubs through innovative contract management tools - Shared screen with speaker view
Nicole Neider
22:35
Nicole Neider - Wyoming Children's Trust Fund
Sydni Kipp
22:37
Sydni Kipp - Legislative Coordinator - Texas Prevention and Early Intervention
Karen Crompton
22:37
Karen Crompton, Director of Human Services Salt Lake County
Debra Solomon
22:41
Debra Solomon, Director of Client Services, Third Sector (a technical assistance provider)
Mary Buchmann
22:42
Mary Buchmann and Darcy Arias, Nevada Strong Start Child Care Services Center.
Sarita Rogers
22:43
Sarita Rogers, Deputy Director of Programs at MA Children;s Trust
Anna Doherty
22:43
Hello! Anna Doherty from Children's Trust, MA
Heidi Coggins
22:43
Heidi Coggins, Direct Services Grant Coordinator, Children's Trust Fund in Michigan.
Jason Jones
22:51
Jason Jones, Assistant County Manager, Guilford County (NC)
Maria Chesley
22:54
Maria Chesley (she, her) Santa Barbara CA County Network of Family Service Centers
Rebecca Tryon
22:55
Rebecca Tryon, Manager at Yolo County Health and Human Services in CA; I manage the Healthy Communities Initiative. Good morning!
julie wilson
22:56
Julie Wilson - Harvard Kennedy School. My work focuses on family policy, particularly child welfare and juvenile justice
Sue Watson
22:57
Sue Watson with NH Department of Economic Housing Stability and I manage contracts that support Family Resource Centers
Atticus Solomon
22:57
Atticus Solomon - Data coordinator - Michigan Children's Trust Fund
Jaime Munoz
23:00
Jaime Muñoz, County of Orange Social Services Agency, California
Lara Parks
23:01
Lara Parks, Cuyahoga County DCFS Performance Evaluation Administrator
Janine Cooper
23:03
Janine Cooper Child Care Project Manager, City of Sacramento
Amanda Jaffe
23:04
Amanda Jaffe, Masters Student, HKS
Korin Schmidt
23:07
Korin Schmidt, Director, WY Dept. of Family Services
Carolyn Hansen
23:25
Carolyn Hansen - Director of SLCO Youth Services in Salt Lake County
Neila Sanders
23:32
Neila Sanders, Michigan Dept. of Health and Human Services, Central Office, Dept. Analyst
Colin Murphy
23:33
Colin Murphy, Senior advisor, DC Child and Family Services Agency
Jen Davis
23:41
Debra Hibbard, Program Manager with WY Department of Family Services
Trisha Reynolds
23:50
Trisha Reynolds, Utah, state child welfare agency, Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Services Administrator. I am the lead for CBCAP, Children's Trust Fund, and Family Support Centers in Utah
Glynis Startz
23:54
Glynis Startz, SF Controller's Office, former GPL AZ DCS
Scott Kleiman
24:00
Scott Kleiman, Maine Governor's Office of Policy Innovation & Future
Erinn Havig
24:04
Erinn Havig, Primary & Community Prevention Lead, DCYF in Washington State
Cara Stephens
24:11
Cara Stephens, Associate Director Salt Lake County Youth Services
Jen Davis
24:19
Jen Davis, Wyoming Governor's Office,Senior Policy Advisor for Health and Human Services
Kim Perry (she/her/hers)
24:28
Kim Perry, Assessment Center at Pendleton Place in Greenville, SC. We're redesigning our program to a family resource center.
Ashley Varrato
24:28
Ashley VarratoEdu. & Family Strengthening Analytics ManagerAllegheny County, Pennsylvania
estefania zavala
24:36
Estefania Zavala / Recovery Program Manager / City of Long Beach - good morning!
Dr. Patrick McClellan
25:13
Patrick McClellan, DSW, Ending Homelessness (via SDOH) in middle TN.
Aaron Slovin
25:40
Aaron Slovin, Foster America Fellow, Hamilton County (OH) Job & Family Services
Maria Mossaides
27:34
Maria Mossaides, director Massachusetts Office of the Child Advocate
Cherrelle Turner
29:27
Cherrelle Turner: Foster America, Prevention Initiatives🙂
Joy Lile
30:22
Julie Lowery, Family Treatment Court Project Manager, Washington State - Administrative Office of the Courts
Karen Crompton
30:58
At some point, can the presenters talk about how they measure outcomes related to their goals?
Jen Davis
31:01
Tracy Brosius, CEO HealthWorks, a Federally Qualified Health Center in Cheyenne WY
Mary Kay Leonard
31:48
Mary Kay Leonard, MA Consultant to Child and Family focused agencies
Cindy Arenberg Seltzer
32:10
Cindy Arenberg Seltzer, Children’s Services Council of Broward County Florida. Independent taxing district devoted to improving the lives of children and families
Atticus Solomon
36:45
We are very interested at the Children's Trust Fund of Michigan in involving parents more meaningfully across all levels of our funded programming. We *know* this works and have seen it in other organizations. I'm wondering, especially to Octavia, how you collect data on outputs and outcomes in Parent Leadership to prove to funders that this is a worthwhile practice. so that you can acquire funding to support parent leadership monetarily.
Trisha Reynolds
37:37
Do any of your FRCs provide services such as emergency shelter placements or supervised visits for child welfare involved families?
Maria Mossaides
39:27
Can your theory of change be shared - also copy of your RFR?
Trisha Reynolds
39:48
SF -- I've heard that your RFP includes a list of many possible services and providers need to apply to provide a certain # of those services in their community. Can you talk more about that application structure?
Sue Watson
39:50
Trisha we have FRC here in NH that provide supervised visits for our Child Welfare system we don't provide shelter care through our centers
Shelli Rawlings-Fein (she/her; San Francisco)
44:01
In San Francisco, we do not provide emergency shelter placements. We do provide supervised visitation so that biological families can visit with their children who have been placed in foster care.
Opheim Melissa
48:56
Melissa Opheim, ACH Child and Family Services in Fort Worth, Texas. I would also be interested in receiving information on the logic model, theory of change, outcomes, and services offered from those who are willing to share. Thank you
Shelli Rawlings-Fein (she/her; San Francisco)
51:13
Yes, we won't and don't get good data unless both providers and families have shared understanding and agreement of the rationale for the data collection items and methods.
Maria Chesley
53:44
Do you all use case management software and, if so, which? Do you use different software for reporting or data aggregation? If so, which? Any advice about these types of tools?
Opheim Melissa
58:23
Are there any particular evidence based services used an preferred?
Maria Mossaides
01:01:55
Are the FRC staff mandatory reporters under your laws? Are families informed of this fact?
Anna Doherty
01:02:34
Could anyone speak to how you use data to help assess the breadth/diversity of families you're attracting to your centers? And to what extent, if any, do you actively collaborate with your child welfare offices and the families they're aware of?
Scott Kleiman
01:02:57
Really interesting to hear this idea of using one common data systems across all the providers, rather than having each of them setup their own systems that manage/track/report data differently from each other
Maria Mossaides
01:05:47
Massachusetts ahs 22 FRCs and from the start we use one data base and outside evaluator
Atticus Solomon
01:06:40
Would it be possible to see your data book or a portion of it?
Maria Chesley
01:06:56
Thanks, Maria. Is your database homegrown or it is a program we might purchase?
Heidi Coggins
01:07:06
Maria, I would love to learn more about what data platform you use and evaluator
Cindy Arenberg Seltzer
01:07:22
Will we be able to get a copy of this recording. I would like to watch again with my staff
Maria Chesley
01:08:22
@Maria Mossaides, our providers are mandated reporters and families are informed during intake.
Shelli Rawlings-Fein (she/her; San Francisco)
01:08:44
We definitely disaggregate our data to look at equity - to make sure we are serving families equitably and especially that we are serving families disproportionately affected by systemic racism, poverty, child welfare, involvement etc. When we see areas for improvement we take steps to understand what may be contributing to any service gaps.
Mike Holland
01:10:01
More information on this program and the application here: https://govlab.hks.harvard.edu/child-family-wellbeing-accelerator
Trisha Reynolds
01:10:17
I would love to hear more about your organizational structures & staff resources that support this work. How many people are involved and what are their roles?
Heidi Coggins
01:10:41
Same here @Trisha Reynolds.
Korin Schmidt
01:11:07
Same @Trisha Reynolds
Jen Davis
01:11:40
What could be the cost of the child family wellbeing accelerator if we were to be accepted? We need an estimate for pre-approval to apply. Thanks
Shelli Rawlings-Fein (she/her; San Francisco)
01:11:49
Our FRCI has over 150FTE staff....our F5 admin is about 3 FTE currently but is set to grow due to the increased capacity of our FRCI
Octavia Shaw
01:11:50
On our Welcome Form, we too collect demographic information.
Octavia Shaw
01:13:28
DC Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is the funder for the DC Family Success Centers. The providers are community-based organizations that are in the targeted neighborhoods.
Cindy Arenberg Seltzer
01:13:39
Is that data sharing happening automatically or manually?
Octavia Shaw
01:16:27
Data Sharing - Both for us. We have some standardization, but have also allowed for some autonomy. Question earlier: Data Metrics = Families Served, Service Requests Met, Connection to External Services (Referrals), Family Satisfaction, and the Protective Factors Survey.
Octavia Shaw
01:18:11
Hiring/Staffing - Each Family Success Center has a minimum of 3 staff members that are full time, but some providers support staffing through existing employees.