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Pennsylvania Office of Children, Youth, and Families. Building Child Welfare Systems of Care for Children and Families October 16, 2003. The OCYF Child Welfare System of Care Initiative . Initial Focus on Children with Mental Health Needs and Child Welfare or Juvenile Justice Involvement

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pennsylvania office of children youth and families

Pennsylvania Office of Children, Youth, and Families

Building Child Welfare Systems of Care for Children and Families

October 16, 2003

the ocyf child welfare system of care initiative
The OCYF Child Welfare System of Care Initiative
  • Initial Focus on Children with Mental Health Needs and Child Welfare or Juvenile Justice Involvement
  • Operationalize the Pennsylvania System of Care Practice Model in Select Demonstration Counties
  • Develop Sustainable Operational Capacity at the County Level.
  • Organize Strategic Linkages with OMHSAS System of Care development, and Other DPW Initiatives
  • Establish a Learning/Teaching Environment Among Demonstration Counties
  • Directly Support and Inform DPW Organizational and Policy Reform.

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative

the system of care practice model
The System of Care Practice Model
  • Core Principles
    • Child-centered
    • Family-focused
    • Community-based
    • Strength-based
    • Culturally competent
    • Cross-system
    • Outcomes accountable
  • Locally Organized Government, Family, and Community Partnerships for Children and Families:
    • Integrated Services Across Systems and Providers.
    • Community Resources and Natural Supports
    • Tailored to Child, Youth, and Family Needs, Strengths, and Culture
  • Family and Community Involvement at All Levels of Planning, Implementation, and Operations.

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative

the system of care practice model1
The System of Care Practice Model
  • Disciplined Process for Organizing and Implementing Individual, Comprehensive, Integrated Plans of Care.
    • Strength-based Assessments Across Life Domains
    • Child-centered Plans of Care.
      • Across Child-Serving Systems
      • Across Service Providers
      • Across Professional Disciplines
    • Direct Involvement of Extended Family and Natural Community Supports.
  • Data-based System Support for:
    • Quality Management
    • Risk Management
    • Outcomes Management
    • Practice Fidelity
  • Flexible Funding to Support Individualized, Community-based Plans of Care.
  • Strategic Coordination of All Government Programs and Initiatives

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative

the ocyf implementation plan
The OCYF Implementation Plan
  • Confirm Child Welfare System of Care Practice Model Standards and Guidelines:
    • State Level
    • Community Level
    • Practice Level
  • Work Collaboratively with OMHSAS System of Care Development and Other System Reform Initiatives
  • Implement Operational Prototypes in 6-10 Demonstration Counties
  • Implement ACF Child Welfare System of Care Grant in Dauphin County
  • Support DPW Strategic Reform Objectives
  • Organize Training and Technical Assistance Needed to Support Practice Model.
    • Community Connections for Families
    • Other State Resources
    • Select National Resources

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative

project management structure
Project Management Structure
  • Primary Project Management Team
    • OCYF Representatives
    • OMHSAS Representatives
    • Family Representatives
  • Cross-County Implementation Team
    • OCYF Demonstration Counties
    • OMHSAS Demonstration Counties
  • System of Care Advisory Group
    • Families
    • Communities
    • Government Systems
    • Providers
    • Communities
  • OCYF Program Improvement Plan (PIP) Work Group
  • DPW Top Management Team

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative

goals and objectives
Goals and Objectives

Phase I: Planning and Organization

September 2003-January, 2004

  • Confirm Strategic Objectives
  • Develop Core Practice Model Standards.
  • Develop County System of Care Capacity Assessment and Planning Tools
  • Facilitate Collective and Individual Planning in Demonstration Counties.
  • Organize and Coordinate Dauphin County System of Care Grant Implementation
  • Identify, Organize, and Coordinate Training and Technical Assistance.

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative

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Goals and Objectives

Phase II: County Implementation

September 2003-January, 2004

  • Confirm Individual County Implementation Plans
  • Organize and Deliver Training and Technical Assistance
    • Collective
    • County-specific
  • Organize Process for Collective County Learning and Implementation Support.
  • Identify Needed DPW Policy Changes
  • Organize Advisory Committee Membership and Review Process
  • Coordinate with Other Statewide Initiatives:
    • OCYF PIP Process
    • OMHSAS Children’s Bureau Initiatives
    • Other DPW Initiatives

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative

timeline and milestones
Timeline and Milestones
  • September 1, 2003
    • Confirm Project Management Team
  • September 15, 2003
    • Release Invitation and Qualifying

Criteria to Potential Demonstration Counties

  • October 10, 2003
    • Distribute System of Care Position Paper
  • October 15, 2003
    • Produce County System of Care Readiness Review and Self-assessment Tools
  • October 16, 2003
    • First Meeting of Demonstration Counties:
      • Orientation
      • Preliminary Readiness Review
      • Next Steps Organization

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative

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Timeline and Milestones
  • Jan. 1, 2004
    • Complete Comprehensive County Self Assessment/ Readiness Review Process
  • Feb. 1, 2004
    • Second County System of Care Meeting:
      • Review Self-Assessment/ Readiness Review Results
      • Confirm and Review Work Plans
      • Organize Implementation Process
      • Deliver Ongoing Technical Assistance

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative

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Timeline and Milestones

Feb. 1-August 31, 2004

Implement Critical Child Welfare System of Care Elements

  • Organize Family Involvement
  • Map and Organize Services and Providers
  • Develop Cross System Practice Protocol
  • Deliver Cross System Practice Model Training
  • Map and Organize Community Resources and Assets
  • Establish Guidelines for Working Relationships Among Child-serving System Partners
  • Coordinate Existing Programs
  • Identify Opportunities for Blended and BraidedFunding

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative

critical success factors
Critical Success Factors
  • Local Leadership and Champions
    • Families
    • Child-serving Systems
    • Community Leaders
  • Local Capacity for Problem Solving
  • Relentless Commitment to Implementation Tasks and Timeline.
  • Active, Meaningful Involvement of Families and Community Leaders
  • Top-down Leadership From DPW to Maintain Accountability to Strategic Goals and Tasks.
  • Coordination of Government Programs Under a Single Strategic Plan.
  • Technical Assistance that Provides Direct Support to Concrete Strategic Tasks.

OCYF Sysem of Care Initiative