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Transcript of Back to School II - 56491

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Relationships Matter
Social Work
Early Childhood
Whole Child, School, & Community Models
Behavioral Health
Educational Advocate (ESSA)

Social Services
Partnerships For Children
Public Health
United Way
Community Action Agencies
Behavioral Health
Faith Based
Other Non Profits
Opportunities for Funding

United Way
Community Services Block Grant
Smart Start
Faith Based Partners
Title I

Potential Partners:
Co-located all early childhood programs into one center
Focus on multidisciplinary teams
Monitors early childhood development to assist with the referral of children and families for behavioral, emotional, and developmental concerns
Provide information, assistance, and support to childcare staff to improve classroom quality and interventions
Offer Parenting Programs / Triple P
Provide individual clinical therapy for children
Provide family counseling and support parents in following through with recommendations
Provide workshops for teachers, parents, and the community
Funded by Smart Start/Partnership for Children & Social Services
Works with schools throughout the county to provide children with food to take home every Friday.
Assists children who participate in the Federal Free and Reduced Meal Program or families who find themselves choosing between food and other living expenses.
Parents apply for the program through their child’s school counselor.
Volunteers pack the bags each week and deliver them to the schools.
Primarily funded through Social Services, United Way, donations received by individuals, civic organizations, churches, businesses and several annual fundraising events.
Served 398,931 meals (1,392 Children) last FY.
Contracts with Hickory Schools to:
Address the psychosocial, health, & emotional/ behavioral issues which interfere with a child’s ability to learn in the classroom.
Conduct home visits, classroom observation & consultation with teachers/families, individual/group/family counseling or support groups, case management services, & link students & families with social services or other appropriate community resources.
Streamlines communication about children involved in child welfare issues.
Social Workers address: Trust and Attachment Issues; School Problems; Family Issues; Assist with Grief & Loss; & Developmental Issues.
Done via a contract betwen Social Services & Schools. Social Services only bills the school for the nonfederal share/cost of what they cannot drawn down, minimizing cost.

Clinical Outpatient/ Therapy Services
Conduct an initial detailed assessment to help students address grief and loss issues, adjustment problems, sexual abuse issues, poor social skills, hyperactivity leading to poor impulse control, anger management problems and behavior problems at home or in school.
Work with parents and youth to decide which services would be of most benefit to them individually and collectively (family therapy, individual outpatient therapy, interactive play and art therapy, group therapy, psychiatric assessment, medication checks, and psychological testing).
Done via a contract betwen Social Services & Schools. Social Services only bills the school for the nonfederal share/cost of what they cannot drawn down, minimizing cost.
Streamlines communication about children involved in child welfare issues.
Current Needs/ Issues Identified Related to Our Work
(3 School Systems):
Intergenerational Poverty
Lack of engagement of parents
Need more outreach services
Need extended before and after school programming
Our school systems treat all students based on the assumption that they have the same structures at home
Mentoring Programs (example Lunch Buddy)
Educational Advocate
Maintains relationships with key contacts in all of our 3 school systems regarding the needs of children in foster care.
Contacts school of origin to let them know a child has entered care, collects records, advocates for child to stay in current school and/or facilitates immediate enrollment in new school.
Facilitates work with the schools & foster families to assure appropriate records are reviewed & transferred.
Develops an educational stability plan.
Ensures Individualized Education Plans are reviewed, addresses issues, & attends meetings as necessary.
Develops an "Educational Passport" for children entering foster care (all relevant school documentation, grades, special education plans, pertinent school information, and teacher contact info) so that each school & caregiver has all of the child’s educational history.

Early Childhood Support Team
Back Pack Program
School Social Work
Offer weekly groups to youth and encourage responsible decisions about adolescent issues including sexuality, handling emotions, conflict resolution, peer pressure, making career choices, and developing strong character.
Promotes volunteerism, employment, and career preparation.
In middle and high schools in all three schools sytems (offered by Social Services at no cost to schools) and after school community sites. During the summer, groups are held in various community sites.
Provide support and counseling on issues such as grief, teen suicide, self-destructive behavior, substance use, and abuse and neglect.
Mentoring Coaches & Assigning Students with Community Mentors (via a partnership between Social Services & FCA).
Streamlines communication about children involved in child welfare issues.
Poverty Prevention (Teen Up)
Medicaid Administrative Claiming (MAC)
Can Screen for Health Needs & provide case management (Physical & Behavioral)

Community Child Protection & Fatality Prevention Team (CCPT/CFPT)
Sets Annual Goals/Projects for Community Issues Related to Child Protection & Fatalities

Available to provide annual training to school staff about how to identify/report abuse and neglect
Focus on Continuous Improvement & Implementation Science!
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