Road Work Ahead
So, who needs to know about CCR?
It is imperative that the key facts and intent of the law are well communicated to stakeholders. Utilizing communication tools such as brochures and engagement letters are a good start. Here are some resources to use in order to “spread the word” throughout your community:For starters, staff, caregivers, youth, and community partners need to be familiar with CCR and how it will impact them. Other key stakeholders may include the courts, bargaining units, and CASAs.
- CCR Youth Info Sheet and Talking with Youth about CCR
- Youth Engagment Project developed Next Steps Version One.
- CYC CCR Toolkit
- Framing Child Welfare in California (in draft)
- Regional Training Academy Training Materials
- CCR–RFA Overview
Webinar Series on Recruitment, Retention, and Support
A key facet of CCR is developing best practices for recruiting and supporting resource families. The links below include information about CCR and tools developed and implemented by counties and others to enhance this practice.
CalSWEC is pleased to partner with CWDA to host a webinar series providing tools to counties for Recruitment, Retention, and Support of resource families.
- 10/8/15 Extreme Recruitment and 30 Days to Family Webinar with Gayle Flavin from Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition. (Download the PowerPoint)
- 11/3/15 The Mockingbird Family Model Webinar with Degale Cooper from The Mockingbird Society. (Download the PowerPoint)
- 12/17/15 Efforts to Outcomes Webinar with Tara Lain from CalSWEC. (Download the PowerPoint)
- 1/28/16 In-Home Behavioral Supports in Foster Care with Diana Boyer, Senior Policy Analyst, CWDA; Jim Roberts, CEO of Family Care Network, Inc.; Jon Nibbio, LMFT, COO, Family Care Network, Inc.; Tracy Schiro, Asst. Director, San Luis Obispo County Social Services Dept. (Download the PowerPoint)