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Providence Service Corporation of Texas. Single Source Continuum Contractor. SSCC Model. Partnership with DFPS Provider Network Intake and Assessment (CAFAS and JIFF) Wraparound and Behavioral Health Services Utilization Management (60 day reviews and 180 day reviews) Quality Assurance

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providence service corporation of texas

Providence Service Corporation of Texas

Single Source Continuum Contractor

sscc model
SSCC Model
  • Partnership with DFPS
  • Provider Network
  • Intake and Assessment (CAFAS and JIFF)
  • Wraparound and Behavioral Health Services
  • Utilization Management (60 day reviews and 180 day reviews)
  • Quality Assurance
  • Performance Based Contracting
  • Provider Council
  • Community Advisory Committee
children youth are safe in foster care
Children/Youth are Safe in Foster Care
  • Target 100%. 99.8%-2012. RCCL Investigation
    • Peer QA system (20 to 30 % of cases reviewed)
    • 30 day case plan updates
    • Training (Trauma Informed care, Solution Based Casework, Adverse Childhood Experiences)
    • Root Cause Analysis
children youth have stability in their placement
Children/Youth Have Stability in Their Placement
  • Target To Be Determined (61% last 4 year average, 64%-2012). No placement change in the last 12 months.
    • First placement the best placement (CoBRIS Matching)
    • Services started immediately
    • Solution based casework, Trauma Informed Care
    • Foster parent training (behavior analysis support)
    • Wraparound/Behavioral Health Services (Funding)
    • Disruption Committee
    • QA and UM process
children youth are able to maintain connections to family and community
Children/youth are able to maintain connections to family and community
  • Children Placed within 50 miles of their home. Target To Be Determined. 12/31/2011 36.5%. Medium distance was 77 miles.
    • Provider network
    • Strategic Family foster home development (San Angelo, Midland/Odessa, Abilene, Wichita Falls)
    • CoBRIS Matching system
children youth are able to maintain connections to family and community1
Children/youth are able to maintain connections to family and community
  • Siblings are Placed Together. Target to Be Determined. 63% in 2012. 755 children of approx. 1200 are part of a sibling group.
    • Strategic Foster Home Development
    • Provider Network
    • Collaboration with RCCL (Waivers)
    • CoBRIS Matching System
children youth are able to maintain connections to family and community2
Children/youth are able to maintain connections to family and community
  • Have at least one monthly personal contact with a Family member who is not a parent or sibling or with another person who has a significant, long-standing relationship with the Child or the Child\'s family and is identified as appropriate for contact by DFPS. Target to Be Determined.
    • Provider Network
    • Foster Parent Training (Resource Foster Parents)
    • Quality Assurance
children youth are able to maintain connections to family and community3
Children/youth are able to maintain connections to family and community
  • Contact with Siblings in Foster Care. Target To Be Determined
    • Provider Network
    • Placing Siblings Together
    • Foster Parent Training (Resource Foster Parent)
    • Quality Assurance
    • Service Team Support
youth are fully prepared for adulthood
Youth Are Fully Prepared for Adulthood
  • Youth (16+) in foster care who have a Regular Job at some time during the year. Target To Be Determined.
    • PAL Training
    • Collaboration with Workforce Development
    • Provider Network
    • Community Advisory Committee
    • Foster Parent Training (Resource Foster Parent)
youth are fully prepared for adulthood1
Youth Are Fully Prepared for Adulthood
  • 17-year-old youth who have completed PAL Life Skills Training. Target To Be Determined. 75.5%-2012.
    • Provider Network
    • Subcontract for PAL Training Services
    • Community Advisory Committee
    • Foster Parent Training (Resource Foster parent)
youth are fully prepared for adulthood2
Youth Are Fully Prepared for Adulthood
  • Youth age 16 or older who have a driver\'s license or state identification card. Target To Be Determined.
    • Provider Network
    • Courts
    • Community Advisory Committee
    • Foster Parent Training (Resource Foster Parent)
children youth in foster care are placed in the least restrictive placement setting
Children/youth in foster care are placed in the least restrictive placement setting
  • Children/youth in foster care placed in a foster family home. 68% in 2012. Target To Be Determined.
    • Provider Network
    • Foster Parent Training (behavioral analysis support)
    • Wraparound/Behavioral Health services
    • Strategic Foster Home Recruitment
    • Solution Based Casework, Trauma Informed Care
    • Assessment
    • UM/QA
    • CoBRIS Matching System
children youth participate in decisions that impact their lives
Children/youth participate in decisions that impact their lives.
  • Children/youth age 10 or older who participated in any Service Plan meeting. Target To Be Determined
    • Provider Network
    • Service Team Meetings
    • 30 day treatment plan updates
    • Quality Assurance
    • Foster Parent Training (Resource Foster Parent)
children youth participate in decisions that impact their lives1
Children/youth participate in decisions that impact their lives
  • Children/youth who participated in at least one discussion about the child\'s/youth\'s opinion regarding placement options. Target To Be Determined.
    • Provider Network
    • Service Team Meetings
    • 30 day treatment plan updates
    • Quality Assurance
    • Foster Parent Training (Resource Foster Parent)
children youth participate in decisions that impact their lives2
Children/youth participate in decisions that impact their lives.
  • Court hearings attended by children/youth age 10 or older. Target To Be Determined.
    • Provider Network
    • Service Team Meetings
    • 30 day treatment plan updates
    • Quality Assurance
    • Foster Parent Training (Resource Foster Parent)
    • Court Data and Updates
other critical items
Other Critical Items
  • Coordination with School system
    • Education Portfolio
    • Academic Performance
    • Social/Extra-curricular Activities
  • Data Access and Communication
    • IMPACT
    • CLASS
    • Placement
    • PMET
    • Court data, court filings, reports, removal affidavit
    • Academic data
  • Coordination with STAR Health
  • Collaboration with Courts
  • Integration and Collaboration with CASA
  • Other Stakeholders
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