Florida's Center for Child Welfare at USF

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Florida’s Center for Child Welfare at USF

www.centerforchildwelfare.org

April 6, 2016

Completing Hotline Intake Assessment (CFOP 170-2)

& Child Protective Investigations (CFOP 170-5)

Tell Us How We’re Doing!

The effort to establish a comprehensive set of child welfare operating procedures for the Hotline and Child Protective Investigation staff began early last year. Participation and feedback from Hotline staff, child protective investigators, case managers, Children’s Legal Services, and other professional disciplines, [. . .] was integral to this process. The results of this collaborative effort, Completing Hotline Intake Assessment (CFOP 170-2) and Child Protective Investigations (CFOP 170-5) will be effective April 4, 2016.

 

For complete information, please read the full DCF Memo and CFOPs linked below:

·         DCF Memo: CFOP 170-2 Completing Hotline Intake Assessments & 170-5 Child Protective Investigations (4/4/16)

 

·         CFOP 170-2: Completing Hotline Intake Assessments

 

·         CFOP 170-5: Child Protective Investigations

 

The Center is continuously striving to better serve your needs. Reflecting on your personal experience using the Center’s Web Services, please respond to our monthly survey.

 

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Recently Added Resources

 

 

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DCF Memo: CFOP 170-12 Ch 9 Post Adoption Communications & Ch 10 Community-Based Care Incentive Program (4/6/16)

 

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DCF Memo: ‘Go Live’ for FSFN Quarter 3 Release – HB 7013 Adoptions & Foster Care (4/4/16)

 

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New FSFN Guides & Topic Paper for Post-Adoption Services Available – Click Here to Access

 

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CR-607 Adoption Incentives Training Support Materials (with FSFN Screens)

 

 

 

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Click Here for Additional Adoption Incentive Enhancement Resources

 

 

 

Upcoming Training Events and Conferences

 

 

 

 

Webinar: Guide to Helping Adults Talk to Children About Sexual Abuse. Thursday, April 5, 1:00PM – 2:15PM (EST) / 12:00PM- 1:25PM (CST)

Click Here for additional information and to register

 

Webinar: Blocks and Problems: Recognizing Challenges and Opportunities in the Forensic Interview. Thursday, April 14, 2:00PM – 3:30PM (EST) / 1:00PM-2:30 PM (CST)

Click Here for additional information and to register

 

Webinar: The Protective Factors and Trauma-Informed Care. Tuesday, April 19, 3:00PM (EST) / 2:00PM (CST)

Click Here for additional information and to register

 

Webinar: Resources to Help Child Welfare Professionals Understand the Heroin and Prescription Pain Medication Epidemic. Thursday, April 21, 1:00PM-2:30PM (EST) / 12:00PM-1:20PM (CST)

Click Here for additional information and to register

 

QPI Webinar: Financial Safety: Protecting Foster Youth from Frauds and Scams. Friday, April 29, 10:00AM-11:30AM (EST) / 9:00AM-10:30AM (CST)

Click Here for additional information and to register

 

 

Save the Date: For the 2016 GAL Disabilities Training Conference. April 28-29, Orlando.

 

 

 

 

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