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Youth and FamilyBriefMay 20155/1/2015
child protection system safety plans Casey Foundation Casey Family Programs Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS child protection agencies child welfare reform children families family welfare Olmsted County Carver County child maltreatment CPS signs of safety
Heather Johnson7/20/2015 5:21 PMHeather Johnson
Signs of Safety is a strengths-based, safety-focused Child Protection intervention strategy currently in use in twenty Minnesota counties. The purpose of this evaluation was to understand how parents and caregivers experience child welfare services, determine whether elements of the Signs of Safety model could be discerned from parents' description of their experience, and assess the extent to which the worker’s application of the Signs of Safety approach lead to a positive overall experience.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1504 0150407/20/2015 5:53 PMDoes Safety Planning Endure After Case Closure - A Pilot Study on the Effectiveness of Signs of Safety in Four MN Counties.pdfDoes Safety Planning Endure After Case Closure - A Pilot Study on the Effectiveness of Signs of Safety in Four MN CountiesStephanie Nelson-Dusek, Monica Idzelis RotheEvaluationDoes Safety Planning Endure After Case Closure - A Pilot Study on the Effectiveness of Signs of Safety in Four MN Counties.pdf2.0
  
Youth and FamilyBriefJanuary 20131/1/2013
Casey Foundation Casey Family Programs Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS child protection agencies child welfare reform children families family welfare Olmsted County Carver County child maltreatment CPS signs of safety
Heather Johnson2/22/2013 11:24 AMHeather Johnson
Signs of Safety is a strengths-based, safety-focused Child Protection intervention strategy currently in use in twenty Minnesota counties. The purpose of this evaluation was to understand how parents and caregivers experience child welfare services, determine whether elements of the Signs of Safety model could be discerned from parents' description of their experience, and assess the extent to which the worker’s application of the Signs of Safety approach lead to a positive overall experience.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1016 0101602/22/2013 11:24 AMInnovations in Child Protection Services in Minnesota - Research Chronicle of Carver and Olmsted Counties, Full Report.pdfInnovations in Child Protection Services in Minnesota - Research Chronicle of Carver and Olmsted Counties, Full ReportMonica Idzelis Rothe, Stephanie Nelson-Dusek, Maggie SkrypekEvaluationInnovations in Child Protection Services in Minnesota - Research Chronicle of Carver and Olmsted Counties, Full Report.pdf1.0
  
Youth and FamilyBriefJanuary 20131/1/2013
Casey Foundation Casey Family Programs Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS child protection agencies child welfare reform children families family welfare Olmsted County Carver County child maltreatment CPS signs of safety
Heather Johnson2/13/2013 3:21 PMHeather Johnson
Signs of Safety is a strengths-based, safety-focused Child Protection intervention strategy currently in use in twenty Minnesota counties. The purpose of this evaluation was to understand how parents and caregivers experience child welfare services, determine whether elements of the Signs of Safety model could be discerned from parents' description of their experience, and assess the extent to which the worker’s application of the Signs of Safety approach lead to a positive overall experience.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1007 0100702/13/2013 3:30 PMInnovations in Child Protection Services in Minnesota - Research Chronicle of Carver and Olmsted Counties, Summary.pdfInnovations in Child Protection Services in Minnesota - Research Chronicle of Carver and Olmsted Counties, SummaryMonica Idzelis Rothe, Stephanie Nelson-Dusek, Maggie SkrypekEvaluationInnovations in Child Protection Services in Minnesota - Research Chronicle of Carver and Olmsted Counties, Summary.pdf2.0
  
Youth and FamilyBriefDecember 201012/1/2010
Casey Foundation Casey Family Programs Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS child protection agencies child welfare children families family welfare Olmsted County Carver County
Heather Johnson11/7/2012 2:23 PMHeather Johnson
Signs of Safety is a strengths-based, safety-focused Child Protection intervention strategy currently in use in twenty Minnesota counties. The purpose of this evaluation was to understand how parents and caregivers experience child welfare services, determine whether elements of the Signs of Safety model could be discerned from parents' description of their experience, and assess the extent to which the worker’s application of the Signs of Safety approach lead to a positive overall experience.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-926 0926011/7/2012 2:56 PMSigns of Safety in Minnesota - Early Indicators of Successful Implementation in Child Protection Agencies, Full Report.pdfSigns of Safety in Minnesota - Early Indicators of Successful Implementation in Child Protection Agencies, Full ReportMaggie Skrypek, Christa Otteson, Greg Owen EvaluationSigns of Safety in Minnesota - Early Indicators of Successful Implementation in Child Protection Agencies, Full Report.pdf2.0
  
Youth and FamilyBriefDecember 201012/1/2010
Casey Foundation Casey Family Programs Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS child protection agencies child welfare children families family welfare Olmsted County Carver County
Heather Johnson11/7/2012 2:23 PMHeather Johnson
Signs of Safety is a strengths-based, safety-focused Child Protection intervention strategy currently in use in twenty Minnesota counties. The purpose of this evaluation was to understand how parents and caregivers experience child welfare services, determine whether elements of the Signs of Safety model could be discerned from parents' description of their experience, and assess the extent to which the worker’s application of the Signs of Safety approach lead to a positive overall experience.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-927 0927011/7/2012 2:58 PMSigns of Safety in Minnesota - Early Indicators of Successful Implementation in Child Protection Agencies, Summary.pdfSigns of Safety in Minnesota - Early Indicators of Successful Implementation in Child Protection Agencies, SummaryMaggie Skrypek, Christa Otteson, Greg OwenEvaluationSigns of Safety in Minnesota - Early Indicators of Successful Implementation in Child Protection Agencies, Summary.pdf2.0
  
Youth and FamilyBriefFebruary 20122/1/2012
Casey Foundation Casey Family Programs Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS child protection agencies child welfare reform children families family welfare Olmsted County Carver County child maltreatment CPS
Heather Johnson11/7/2012 2:23 PMHeather Johnson
Signs of Safety is a strengths-based, safety-focused Child Protection intervention strategy currently in use in twenty Minnesota counties. The purpose of this evaluation was to understand how parents and caregivers experience child welfare services, determine whether elements of the Signs of Safety model could be discerned from parents' description of their experience, and assess the extent to which the worker’s application of the Signs of Safety approach lead to a positive overall experience.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-928 0928011/7/2012 3:09 PMSigns of Safety in Minnesota - Parent Perceptions of a Signs of Safety Child Protection Experience, Full Report.pdfSigns of Safety in Minnesota - Parent Perceptions of a Signs of Safety Child Protection Experience, Full ReportMaggie Skrypek, Monica Idzelis, Peter PecoraEvaluationSigns of Safety in Minnesota - Parent Perceptions of a Signs of Safety Child Protection Experience, Full Report.pdf2.0