Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) Exit Conference - Part One Training Video

David Fairbanks, Deputy Secretary - Florida Department of Children and Families | Mike Carroll, Secretary - Florida Department of Children and Families | Shalonda Cawthon, Program Manager - ACF Region IV | James Gregory, Child and Family Program Specialist - ACF National CFSR Unit | Daron Jackson, Child and Family Program Specialist - ACF Region IV | Yolanda Fripp, IT Contractor - ACF Region IV | Ginger Griffith, Director of Performance and Quality Management, Office of Child Welfare | Traci Leavine, Director of Child Welfare Practice, Office of Child Welfare | Vicki Abrams, Assistant Secretary for Operations, Florida Department of Children and Families


January 24, 2017



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(note: this video is not eligible for relicensing hours)

Training Description

The Children’s Bureau will present the findings of the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) for the state of Florida Department of Children and Families. The CFSRs enable the Children’s Bureau to: (1) ensure conformity with certain federal child welfare requirements; (2) determine what is actually happening to children and families as they are engaged in child welfare services; and (3) assist states in enhancing their capacity to help children and families achieve positive outcomes. Federal law and regulations authorize the Children’s Bureau, within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families, to administer the review of child and family services programs under titles IV-B and IV-E of the Social Security Act. The CFSRs are structured to help states identify strengths and areas needing improvement in their child welfare practices and programs as well as institute systemic changes that will improve child and family outcomes.





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