How have agencies moved from evidence to action?

An exploration of evidence-based practice implementation to support preparation for Family First 

Webinar series

In support of and in preparation for implementation of the Family First Prevention Services Act, Casey Family Programs is hosting a two-part national webinar series: How have agencies moved from evidence to action? The webinars will detail how two jurisdictions have approached the installation and spread of evidence-based interventions. Sessions will cover key considerations, experiences and lessons learned with data-gathering and needs assessment, intervention selection, and funding, as well as implementation, evaluation and sustainability. 

Session One – Prevention, October 29, 2018

This webinar details New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services’ introduction of 11 evidence-based and evidence-informed practice models into its continuum of preventive services.  

Evidence to Action Session One Prevention

Resources:
Download presentation PDF
Implementing Evidence-Based Child Welfare: The New York City Experience
Family First Interventions Catalog
Executive Summary: Interventions with Special Relevance for the Family First Prevention Services Act

Session Two – Service Continuum, November 28, 2018

This webinar shares Ohio’s approach to evidence-based interventions to address a range of child and adult concerns, in particular mental health and substance use disorders. 

From Evidence to Action Webinar Series Session 2 Service Continuum

Resources:
Download presentation PDF
Ohio Statewide Needs Assessment Materials
Family First Interventions Catalog
Executive Summary: Interventions with Special Relevance for the Family First Prevention Services Act

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