Explore tools and resources that can help states plan for family-strengthening activities aligned with the FFPSA and prevention-oriented collaboration strategies.
Wondering about how jurisdictions are approaching prevention-oriented collaboration? Interested in learning more about tools and resources that are helping states plan for family-strengthening activities aligned with the Family First Prevention Services Act? Watch “Tools to Support Collaboration to Strengthen Families” to hear more about successful state examples of collaboration and how states can use Planning Title IV-E Prevention Services: A Toolkit for States, a resource developed by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) to support collaborative prevention planning.
The “Tools to Support Effective Collaboration for Strengthening Families” archived webinar provides a comprehensive overview of the ASPE toolkit and highlights the experiences of agencies that have started on the journey of collaborating with prevention services partners. The presenters share successful strategies and lessons learned, with a focus on building trusting partnerships to improve child- and family-level outcomes.
Who should watch?
- Program managers
- Prevention staff
- Community partners
Whom you’ll hear from:
- Laura Radel, Senior Social Science Analyst, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- Sheila Pires, Founding Partner, Human Services Collaborative
- Kathryn Roose, Deputy Administrator of Quality and Oversight, Nevada Department of Health and Human Services
- Doug Swisher, Director of Human Services Financing, Center for Support of Families
- Peter J. Pecora, Managing Director of Research Services, Casey Family Programs and Professor, University of Washington School of Social Work
- Paul DiLorenzo, Prevention National Authority Team, Center for States
What you’ll learn:
- Effective collaboration strategies, tools, and resources
- Concrete examples of tools and frameworks for collaboration
- Highlights from leaders in prevention planning
- Strategies for establishing and operationalizing a shared vision for prevention
- Tips for:
- Funding community-based prevention
- Using data and continuous quality improvement in collaborative processes
- Monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of partnerships