Power to the Community. COMMUNITY CHILD PROTECTION TEAMS. North Carolina Division of Social Services May 2003. North Carolina’s. Added Dimension. In addition to reviewing state child protection policies, CCPTs also are charged with accessing child protection needs in the county.
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COMMUNITY CHILD PROTECTION TEAMS
North Carolina Division of
Recognizing that child protection is the responsibility of everyone, and responding to child protection needs is more effective before a child is harmed; the Community Child Protection Team, a team composed of agency representatives, child advocates and citizens-at-large; will take action to identify and address gaps or deficiencies in services and resources through the annual report to the Board of County Commissioners, collaboration with community partners, promoting public awareness, and advocating for action that
addresses the child protection needs of the county.
ALL CHILDREN IN OUR COUNTY
WILL BE SAFE
community’s environment as soon as
Parents will be able to access community
systems as needed to assist in parenting
The community will become more aware of
situations in the community that cause harm
A Dynamic leader
Creative (willing and able to go outside of the box)
Committed to the well being
A Personality Type
Can find the bucks
Remembers how it was
Won’t take no for an answer
B Type personality
CCPT is one unit. Coming
together as one body requires each
member be willing andableto
accept the blending of agencies,
individual thoughts, variances
in practices, cultural differences,
etc. and to use the differences to
develop a community approach to
combating child maltreatment
All team members participate in
establishing team rules and protocol
What cases are reviewed
Recommending new members to the
Board of County Commissions
How non-participating members
should be handled
Projects that will inform community of
CCPT and child protection
Consider time limits for members
appointed to the team
Identify case specific issues that impact a child’s wellbeing and as a team collaborate about ways the condition can be improved.
Identify issues in the community
that are a barrier to child protection
in the county
Identify state policies that
are not in a child’s best
What Will Be Reviewed wellbeing and as a team collaborate about ways the condition can be improved.
Confidentiality wellbeing and as a team collaborate about ways the condition can be improved.
Bringing It Together wellbeing and as a team collaborate about ways the condition can be improved.
Turning Up the Heat
Issues that Need Answers wellbeing and as a team collaborate about ways the condition can be improved.
Taking It To The Next Level wellbeing and as a team collaborate about ways the condition can be improved.
Something To Think About wellbeing and as a team collaborate about ways the condition can be improved.
Theme for the year
Sharing information from state to state
Time is a factor for most members
Do the children of the United States need to be protected by a
Does child protection need to be federalized?
Phyllis Banks Fulton wellbeing and as a team collaborate about ways the condition can be improved.
NC Division of Social Services
Tele: 919-733-2279 Fax: 919-733-4756