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The Capacity Building Center for States supports public child welfare agencies in pursuing change and innovation and strengthening child welfare practice. The Center’s podcasts explore perspectives, strategies, and stories from the field about how agencies and their partners are striving to meet the needs of children, youth, and families in their communities. The Center is committed to helping states and territories keep families healthy, strong, and together so that children can thrive.

Capacity Building Center for States Capacity Building Center for States

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The Capacity Building Center for States supports public child welfare agencies in pursuing change and innovation and strengthening child welfare practice. The Center’s podcasts explore perspectives, strategies, and stories from the field about how agencies and their partners are striving to meet the needs of children, youth, and families in their communities. The Center is committed to helping states and territories keep families healthy, strong, and together so that children can thrive.

    Episode 1: Framework for Change and the Leadership Role

    Episode 1: Framework for Change and the Leadership Role

    In this introduction to the podcast series How We Partner With the Community to Improve Service Options, agency leaders talk about the changing culture of their organizations. Leaders from Kentucky discuss their Child Welfare Transformation initiative, three transformational goals, and culture of safety. Leaders from the District of Columbia discuss their Four Pillars framework and prevention services planning.

    • 23 分鐘
    Episode 2: Starting and Sustaining Collaborative Partnerships

    Episode 2: Starting and Sustaining Collaborative Partnerships

    In episode 2 of the podcast series How We Partner With the Community to Improve Service Options, leaders from the District of Columbia child welfare agency and a community collaborative organization discuss their longstanding partnership. The commissioner for Kentucky's child welfare agency describes the agency’s strategic communication plan and considers the role of the agency as part of the larger child welfare system.

    • 18 分鐘
    Episode 3: Including Family, Youth, and Community Voice at the System Level

    Episode 3: Including Family, Youth, and Community Voice at the System Level

    Episode 3 of the podcast series How We Partner With the Community to Improve Service Options explores the efforts agencies, community collaborative organizations, and others are making to bring families, youth, and communities to the table as they strive to improve the child welfare system. In Kentucky, youth from Voices of the Commonwealth communicate the needs and issues of children in foster care to the state legislature, resource partners, and child welfare agency staff. In the District of Columbia, community collaborative organizations connect regularly with families to find out what's working and identify gaps.

    • 14 分鐘
    Episode 4: Shifting to a Family-Focused Organizational Culture

    Episode 4: Shifting to a Family-Focused Organizational Culture

    Episode 4 of the podcast series How We Partner With the Community to Improve Service Options explores a family-focused program that embodies many of the changes that Kentucky wants to see throughout its child welfare system. The Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams, or START, program demonstrates a shift in organizational culture to focus on family and serves as an example of a truly collaborative team that uses early intervention and a shared decision-making model to work with families. The program gets positive outcomes for families, the results are supported by data, and the positive changes in organizational culture spread outwards to influence the larger system.

    • 23 分鐘
    Episode 5: Data Sharing for Planning and Decision-Making

    Episode 5: Data Sharing for Planning and Decision-Making

    In episode 5 of the podcast series How We Partner With the Community to Improve Service Options, child welfare agency leaders in the District of Columbia talk about how they work with partners to use their different data lenses to understand the needs of families and to structure a set of services to best meet the full spectrum of needs. In Kentucky, child welfare agency leaders describe the process of finding the story behind the numbers to transform their system.

    • 15 分鐘

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