Statewide Descriptive Results: First Report



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Demographics

County



Region

*Required Field

Total years experience w/DCBS

Six months or less
6-12 Months
1-2 Years
2-3 Years
3-5 Years
5-7 Years
7-10 Years
10 or more years

Position (check all that apply)

CPS worker



APS worker



Generic worker



Investigative worker



Centralized Intake



Ongoing worker



Specialist (CPS, SNAP, etc.)



Supervisor



R and C worker



Administrator



Support services aide



Central Office Worker



I am a PCWCP graduate.

YesNo

I have an BSW or MSW.

YesNo
Attitudes and Beliefs

The following statements do not have a right or wrong answer, they are simply statements. Please read the statement and respond to all statements with your first answer. Answer generally from your direct or indirect experiences.

Please mark the spot between the two words or phrases that most closely matches your perceptions.

Most Parents/families served by DCBS come with:

Personal Barriers Personal Strengths



Most Parents/families served by DCBS finish with:

Personal Strengths Personal Barriers



Parents who neglect or abuse children:

Want to change Resist change



My job in DCBS is to:

Provide ServicesCoordinate services


Follow others Provide leadership
Ensure family complianceEngage the family

Progress for youth with status behaviors is achieved with:

Youth TreatmentFamily Treatment



Relatives of CPS families are:

Part of the solution Part of the problem


Well prepared Need preparation

When working with families, CPS workers are

Facilitators Experts


Attitudes and Beliefs: Part II

Please indicate your agreement or disagreement with each statement.

Workers prioritize children and families in out-of-home care cases over in-home cases

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Families want DCBS staff to be direct and honest with them

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Children are safer in foster care than with parents

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Relative/Kinship Care placements require less time than DCBS foster care placements

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

The apple does not fall far from the tree” is true about relatives of most DCBS families



Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

DCBS workers should monitor and guide services for children placed with PCC agencies (foster homes and residential settings)

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Fathers often make the family situation worse

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

My work in DCBS is personally rewarding

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Seeing families and children improve or make progress is satisfying

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Families are doing the best that they can at that moment

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

If it weren’t for my luck and circumstances, I could be a client of DCBS

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Because the family cannot see things clearly, it is best that DCBS staff determine the case plan tasks

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Engaging families in decisions or case planning takes more time than P & P workers have

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Most children/youth are too young to really know what they need

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

I believe that DCBS foster parents are teachers and models for birth parents

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

I believe that Private (PCC) foster parents are teachers and models for birth parents

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Workers make decisions about families based on what they think the courts want or will do

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Parents in prison do not deserve visits with their children

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Parents who abuse substances will work harder on their case plan if we remove their children

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

I think that peer support groups might be helpful to CPS families

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
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