2 edition of guide to case management for at-risk youth found in the catalog.
guide to case management for at-risk youth
1993 by Center for Human Resources, Brandeis University, Heller Graduate School, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration in Waltham, MA, [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English
|Contributions||Florence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare. Center for Human Resources., United States. Employment and Training Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
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This guide provides line practitioners, managers, and policy makers with an orientation to the essentials of "client-centered" case management serving young people who require assistance from a variety of service institutions. It focuses on implementation of case management within the context of the federal Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) and its amendments of Author: Chris Kingsley.
based initatives for at-risk youth or who guide such initiatives, and (2) program administrators responsible for managing such initiatives. The ﬁve topics addressed here—services integration and case man-agement, parental involvement, using volunteers for tutoring and men-1 I Introduction 1.
Guide to case management for at-risk youth. Waltham, MA: Center for Human Resources, Brandeis University, © ( printing) (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
A guide to case management for at-risk youth: Authors: Christopher Kingsley, Florence Guide to case management for at-risk youth book Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare. Center for Human Resources, United States. Employment and Training Administration: Publisher: Center for Human Resources, Brandeis University, Original from: University of Illinois at Urbana.
strong case management. Youth need skilled case managers to help them effectively navigate the maze of youth development opportunities available across their community.
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At-risk behaviors are the biggest single problem with youth today, a topic of growing importance in the fields of both counseling and education.
Whether the term "at-risk" connotates a local school districts problems with youth suicide and school dropout, the correction systems concerns about juvenile delinquency, or the health systems concerns with teen pregnancy, child abuse, and AIDS, the.
Youth Preparedness Guide to Risk Management 4 STEP 3: IDENTIFY RISKS Think through any issues that may arise with the program. In thinking through potential risks and issues, keep in mind that there are four primary types of civil liability that apply to any type of program (see Table 1); criminal liability would apply to acts that are Size: KB.
The mission of the “Helping Others” Research Project at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Division of Child Psychiatry is to improve the quality of life for youth, families, and communities by providing a continuum of scientific information, education, and personal experiences related to the role of service in addiction recovery.
management practice as outlined in the Case Management Framework. This practice guide is not prescriptive but provides endorsed examples of practice points and tools for case managers to assist them to implement the Case Management Policy Case management practice can be brief and intense but can also be delivered over a long Size: KB.
) for adolescent runaways, a population at risk for a host of negative outcomes. In addition to SBCM, each youth received an individualized education on risk behav-iors and was provided written materials on topics relevant to the behaviors in which he or she was engaging.
Case management took place mainly in the community or at. FSML - 55 CM-WG #1 10/01/09 Case Management Examples Page - 3 • Getting feedback from clients on effectiveness of brokered resource; • Advocating with partners in behalf of the client.
Resources are used or developed to meet client needs. This means: • Being aware of all community resources that clients commonly use; • Knowing where to obtain information on resources for clients with File Size: 2MB. Evidence-Based Practice. Using rigorously-evaluated evidence-based programs to promote child well-being, the resources from the Annie E.
Casey Foundation lay the. At Risk Youth Edition, Kindle Edition by J. Jeffries McWhirter (Author), Benedict T. McWhirter (Author), Ellen Hawley McWhirter (Author), Anna C.
McWhirter (Author) & 1 more Format: Kindle Edition/5(21). “Fidelity,” as defined in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is “the degree to which something matches or copies something else.  The OJJDP, in its Model Programs Guide Glossary of Terms, says that fidelity is “the degree to which a program's core services, components, and procedures are implemented as originally designed.
Programs. An at-risk youth is a child who is less likely to transition successfully into adulthood. Success can include academic success and job readiness, as well as the ability to be financially independent. Juvenile case managers are employed as a local strategic measure to help prevent children from becoming further involved in the justice system and to curb juvenile crime at the local level.
A juvenile case manager provides services in cases involving juvenile offenders before a court consistent with the court’s statutory powers .
"e guide has been developed to assist development partners working with and for youth – including Governments, donor agencies, policy makers, NGOs and civil society  – and to increase understanding of the growing importance of, and greater potential for. In the context of youth involved or at risk of involvement with the juvenile justice system, risk factors can be considered to be those conditions or variables associated with a higher likelihood of delinquency and/or juvenile justice system contact; protective factors are those conditions which lessen this likelihood.
SB 61 passed in the Texas 82 nd Legislative Session, established requirements for juvenile case managers employed by Texas municipal courts. These requirements include training in topics including case plans and case management. Case management is one of the strategies used by juvenile case managers to reduce juvenile crime and help prevent children from becoming further involved in the.
center for homeless and at-risk youth. Services include emergency shelter for 18 year old in which they are provided education and job readiness programs, education support, case management, food and clothing.
Programs include education and vocational opportunities and services Philadelphia County Resource Guide. The Youth Assessment and Screening Instrument (YASI™) is an innovative model that assesses risk, needs and protective factors in youth populations. Measures both risk and strengths in juvenile populations as well as other high risk youth.
Measures protective factors to help case workers build on the strengths of youth to buffer the negative. Abstract Risk management has been an especially important topic in the 4-H youth development program over the past 15 years.
Traditional programs face challenges as risks are identified and new programs are under increased scrutiny to ensure that youth and volunteers are in a safe environment. 4-H PetPALS serves as an example of a program designed and implemented with risk management.
1 DEFINING THE TERM “AT RISK” Kristin Anderson Moore, Ph.D WHAT DOES “AT RISK” MEAN. The term at risk is used frequently to describe children and youth and has a strong intuitive meaning. However, the term has no consistent definition and can be viewed as stigmatizing certain groups.
"A compilation of the most recent and reliable national and state-by-state data on poverty, health, child welfare, youth at risk, early childhood development, education, family income and gun violence." From the Children's Defense Fund.
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INTER AGENCY GUIDELINES FOR CASE MANAGEMENT & CHILD PROTECTION THE ROLE OF CASE MANAGEMENT IN THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN: A GUIDE FOR POLICY & PROGRAMME MANAGERS AND CASEWORKERS JANUARY Front page image: ©Tdh/Mélanie Rouiller difficulties and hazards and that put them at risk as a result of loss, damage, insecurity, suffering and File Size: 1MB.
Overview. September Train for a meaningful career working with youth at risk. Learn therapeutic, mental health and addictions strategies. This program offers several experiential learning opportunities to give you job-ready skills from behaviour management simulations to student-led research initiatives.
During crisis hotline calls, or case management sessions, Marjaree Mason Center staff work with clients to develop a safety plan. Staff offer tips to clients to help keep safe during a potentially violent situation. Victims of domestic violence seeking shelter can drop by.
Two youth groups have been established, the young African’s and friends & the Somali youth forum. A saviour group for women/girls who had undergone FGM. Spoken at many national/international conferences.
Work very closely with metropolitan Police (Project azure) In July I won the PCT “The breaking down barriers award”. 6 Risk Assessment in Juvenile Justice: A Guidebook for Implementation Executive Summary Some very positive outcomes can come from sound implementation of a comprehensive risk assessment tool in a probation setting.
It can minimize bias in judgments about youths’ risk to public safety and their case management needs. Youth at Risk: A Prevention Resource for Counselors, Teachers, and Parents is a revi-sion of the fifth edition. In this sixth edition, major emphasis has again been placed on prevention efforts with at-risk populations as well as on practical guide - lines for successful intervention with behaviors most often identified as placing youth at.
A previous study examining youth mental health case management found that the majority of case managers viewed parents/guardians as the biggest challenge to providing services to youth, and. The Challenge. Young people who become incarcerated as the result of early involvement in the criminal justice system often cycle in and out of prison during much of their 20s and early 30s, a period when other young people are finishing college, accumulating job experience, beginning families, and reaching other traditional markers of the transition to responsible adulthood.1 Incarceration.
Understanding At-Risk Youth and Intervention Programs That Help Them_____ (Title) The assumption that youth at-risk are incapable of learning and/or do not care about anything is a fallacy. The truth of the matter is our youth do care and they want (The World Book Dictionary, ).
5 Intervention: According to the Webster’s File Size: KB. The Community Resource Guide is designed to provide more visibility to community resources and support Medical Home Neighborhoods in Weld County.
The Community Resource Guide links listed below provide connection to a wide variety of information and resources to be used by providers, case managers, and clients in need of referrals, to meet.
youth, family, and others to gather and interpret information necessary to determine their level of problem severity, match their clinical needs to the appropriate level of treatment, and evaluate progress in treatment.
“AOD ” means alcohol and other drugs. “ ASAM ” means the American Society of Addiction Medicine. “ Case managementFile Size: KB. This book describes a specific program for teaching and mentoring expressive writing by at-risk youth—a program that can generate transformative change in the teens, and generate significant new satisfactions for you.
When young people write personally and creatively. Family-centered, strengths-based case planning and case management engages family members throughout the case to ensure services are tailored to best address the family's strengths and needs. Family members can recommend services that will be most helpful to them and participate in identifying expected outcomes and setting timelines to achieve.The Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory™ (YLS/CMI™) is a risk/needs assessment and a case management tool combined into one convenient system derived from the Level of Service Inventory–Revised™ (LSI–R™).
The YLS/CMI helps probation officers, youth workers, psychologists, and social workers identify the youth’s major.