Safely Reducing the Use of Congregate Care: Deciding What to Implement to Achieve Successful Change
Summarizes the process of choosing an intervention for a child welfare change and implementation process. This webinar provides an overview of how an agency might facilitate the process of researching and comparing potential solutions, designing a new intervention, or adapting an existing intervention to suit agency conditions and includes stories from the field on what choosing an intervention looks like in practice.
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This webinar provides an overview of how to research and select an effective intervention to address the root cause of a problem or identified need. The recorded webinar Deciding What to Implement to Achieve Successful Change includes examples from the field about overcoming challenges in researching evidence-supported interventions. Presenters demonstrate how an agency might use a structured approach to research solutions to address an identified problem, and then select, adapt, or design an intervention to implement.
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Capacity Building Center for States (2018). Safely Reducing the Use of Congregate Care: Deciding What to Implement to Achieve Successful Change. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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