3 edition of Title IV - Project Care found in the catalog.
Title IV - Project Care
by Town of East Hartford in East Hartford, Conn. (740 Main St., East Hartford 06108)
Written in English
|Other titles||East Hartford Eldercare Network.|
|Statement||Jan Kieltyka, Kristen E. Nolan.|
|Contributions||Nolan, Kristen E., East Hartford (Conn.), United States. Administration on Aging.|
|The Physical Object|
The Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) marks an important shift in federal funding for child welfare services, and offers opportunities for states to receive Title IV-E reimbursement to fund some mental health (MH), substance use disorder (SUD), and in-home parent skill-based programs to help prevent entry into foster care. With the introduction of this. Background Title IV-E funds are federal funds that are matched by State dollars to pay for specific child welfare activities. Historically, Title IV-E funds have been permitted primarily for children and youth while they are in foster care. The Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Projects provide flexibility to States in their use of Title IV-E funds.
As with title IV-B, title IV-E of the Social Security Act (SSA) also addresses major components of child focus is on providing safe and stable out-of-home care for children who are in out-of-home care due to child maltreatment or other circumstances until they are able to achieve permanency in their placement by being safely returned home, placed permanently with . Project A.W.A.R.E. is a five-year grant ( – ) funded through the Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHSA). The purpose of the Project A.W.A.R.E. grant is to: increase awareness of mental health issues in young people, train school personnel to detect and respond to mental health issues, and connect youth and .
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Development of this Title IV-E Prevention Plan and the child welfare transformation more broadly. Section 1: Eligibility and Candidacy Definition There are two populations eligible for Family First preventive services: 1) Children who are determined to be candidates for foster care, and 2) Pregnant and parenting youth.
Instruments, Tools, and Guides for Title IV-E Reviews. This section includes documents used to plan and conduct IV-E Reviews. Title IV-E Foster Care Eligibility Review Guide - Suggestions and guidance on planning, conducting, and completing a IV-E Review.
Title IV-E Foster Care Eligibility On-Site Review Instrument - Instrument completed during the onsite IV. Get this from a library. Title IV, Project CARE: East Hartford Eldercare Network.
[Jean Kieltyka; Kristen E Nolan; East Hartford (Conn.); United States. Administration on Aging.]. Title IV-E California Well-Being Project The California Well-Being Project provides participating counties with the flexibility to invest existing resources more effectively in proven and innovative approaches that better ensure the safety of children and the success of families.
Exclusion from the Project. Certain foster care costs incurred by participating counties are excluded from the Project, and will be paid outside of the Project’s capped federal allocation, including: Any allowable Title IV-E claims from counties not participating in the demonstration project.
State Legal Authority for Title IV-E Contracts. Section Introduction to the Title IV-E Program. Section Title IV-E Training Contracts With Universities. Recipients of Title IV-E Training. Title IV-E Training Topics.
Allowable Title IV-E Training Topics. Title IV-E Training Claimable at the Authorized in Decemberthe Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) introduced a new block formula grant under Title IV, Part A with a wide range of allowable uses.
Title IV, Part A, Student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) grants are intended to improve students’ academic achievement by increasing the capacity of States, LEAs, schools. Title IV-E Plan Scope and Submission Requirements The Title IV-E plan is a single document that applies to all three Title IV-E program components (foster care, adoption, and kinship guardianship).
No state may receive funding under any one of the Title IV-E components without meeting each of the plan requirements (whether that.
settings; or have left foster care for any reason. Title IV-B funds are provided primarily through two formula grant programs. States may use funding provided under the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Child Welfare Services (CWS) program (Title IV-B, Subpart 1 of the Social Security Act) to provide a broad range of services designed to.
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This funding is primarily authorized via Title IV-B of the Social Security Act (for child welfare related services to children and their families), as well as some separate authorizations of funding in Title IV-E of the Social Security Act (related to services for older youth in care and those who “age out” of care and for Adoption and Legal.
Utah Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project To Slow Rate Of Increase For Out-Of-Home Foster Care (OPEN MINDS Weekly News Wire Book ) - Kindle edition by Griffin, Terry, Oss, Monica E., Threnhauser, Sarah. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Utah Title IV Author: Terry Griffin, Monica E.
Oss. Title IV-E is the portion of the federal Social Security Act that makes federal money available to states for foster care and adoption programs. Title IV-E provides funding for administrative activities as they relate to foster care of the potential need for foster care.
Funding is awarded by formula as an open-ended entitlement grant. Gershater-Molko, R. M., Lutzker, J. R., & Wesch, D. Using recidivism data to evaluate Project SafeCare: Teaching bonding, safety, and health care skills to parents.
Child Maltreatment, 7(3), This study received a low rating because baseline equivalence of the intervention and comparison groups was necessary and not demonstrated. Title IV-E MSW Child Welfare Training Project Humboldt State University, Department of Social Work () Summarizes the title IV-E child welfare training project for M.S.W.
students at Humboldt State University, which prepares students for professional social work practice serving rural children and families. This document provides an overview of the Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration projects active as of Federal Fiscal Yearincluding programmatic goals, proposed service interventions, and evaluation designs for individual projects.
This new brief by the Grandfamilies Project highlights provisions in the Family First Prevention Services Act related to kinship families and federal Title IV-E GAP (GAP).
It suggests how states and eligible tribes can build on these provisions to promote use of assisted guardianship for children in kinship foster care.
Below is a list of useful Title IV, Part A resources. Laws ESSA, Title IV, Part A Statute; Provisions in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of That Relate to the Title IV, Part A, Student Support and Academic Enrichment Program; Guidance.
Subgranting FY Title IV, Part A Funds to LEAs: Questions and Answers; ESSA Fiscal Non-Regulatory. Over the years, the achievement s of Title V -supported project s have been inte - iv OVERVIEWOVERVIEW Title V Then Title V Then August medical care programs supported on a continual basis with Federal grant s-in-aid money.
State of Mississippi Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Project: Final Evaluation Report (PDF - KB) Institute of Applied Research () Provides study findings on processes, impacts, and costs of a child welfare waiver demonstration project in Mississippi that built an intensive services model that emphasized child-focused and.
Ohio’s Kinship Supports Intervention was part of Ohio’s IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project, termed ProtectOHIO. Families that participated in Ohio’s Kinship Supports Intervention may have received additional services through ProtectOHIO such as Family Team Meetings, visitation, enhanced mental health/substance abuse services, or managed care.Protect MiFamily -Title IV-E Waiver Protect MiFamily The five-year project enables the state to use Title IV-E funds to test innovative strategies that prevent child abuse and neglect, avert foster care entry and re-entry, speed reunification, and improve child safety and well-being, rather than spending those dollars on the placement of.Each semester, Title IV-E students are provided a copy of a book with content or a storyline that pertains to child welfare work, or which will improve the students’ understanding of the clients they work with on a daily basis.
The true value comes in the discussion held late in the semester, as the students and Program faculty discuss thoughts, concerns, and insights.