Statewide Descriptive Results: First Report



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The families/parents of children in out-of-home care (OOHC) are the primary clients

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

When children enter OOHC, it is vital to consider multiple permanency options

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Unless a family admits their errors or troubles, they are not ready for change

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

The families that I serve are basically all the same

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Working with community partners takes more time and effort than it is worth

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Families fail when they have to wait too long to get the services they need

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Families fail when they are confused by their case plan

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Families fail when they have too many providers

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

My supervisor reinforces values that help me work with families

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
Attitudes and Beliefs: Adolescents

Please indicate your agreement or disagreement with each statement.

If we terminate the parent’s rights, then we need to find permanent connections for the child

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Most adolescents are capable of making a transition to adult life without DCBS assistance

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Teens in foster care do not want to be adopted

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree

Finding adoptive homes for teens is nearly impossible

Strongly Disagree Disagree Not Sure or Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
Removal Conditions

What conditions warrant removal of children?

Woman fails to file an EPO or allows the perpetrator in the home after a DVO is ordered

Almost Always Remove ChildOften RemoveMaybe RemoveAlmost Never Remove

Unstable housing, parents are living in a shelter or “here, there, or anywhere”

Almost Always Remove ChildOften RemoveMaybe RemoveAlmost Never Remove

Child is witness to domestic violence
Almost Always Remove ChildOften RemoveMaybe RemoveAlmost Never Remove

Both parents test positive for illegal drugs/substances
Almost Always Remove ChildOften RemoveMaybe RemoveAlmost Never Remove

Newborn tests positive for illegal drugs/substances

Almost Always Remove ChildOften RemoveMaybe RemoveAlmost Never Remove

Following reunification, any new allegation or instance of non-compliance

Almost Always Remove ChildOften RemoveMaybe RemoveAlmost Never Remove

A sexual offender lives in the home

Almost Always Remove ChildOften RemoveMaybe RemoveAlmost Never Remove
Effective Traits

Select five words/phrases to best describe effective traits/actions for engaging families/youth with DCBS.

Honest



Direct



Attentive



Urgency



Gentle



Action Oriented



Professional



Educating



Teaching



Hold them Accountable



Structure Tasks



Threatening



Reassuring



Validating



Monitoring



Empathy



Time spent with them



Diligence



Investigative



Hopeful



Thank You!

Appendix B

 

Selected effective traits/ actions for engaging families

 

Honest

Direct

Professional

Hold Them Accountable

Attentive

Educating

Empathy

Time spent with them

Action Oriented

Validating

Reassuring

Hopeful

Monitoring

Teaching

Structure Tasks

Diligence

Investigative

Gentle

Urgency

Threatening

Honest

864


























































Direct

472

549























































Professional

424

273

481




















































Hold Them Accountable

393

267

216

454

















































Attentive

313

165

161

129

349














































Educating

284

182

161

158

115

340











































Empathy

286

164

157

144

117

100

330








































Time spent w/ them

227

110

106

114

94

79

86

247





































Action Oriented

199

134

100

106

86

77

63

54

233


































Validating

204

122

103

95

96

79

90

70

58

230































Reassuring

196

111

104

95

97

85

82

73

55

62

228




























Hopeful

198

108

111

86

88

77

83

72

49

60

64

220

























Monitoring

150

116

92

95

63

82

54

54

48

45

44

41

187






















Teaching

153

92

72

62

76

60

69

53

48

50

47

53

47

176



















Structure Tasks

138

93

81

75

63

64

55

50

58

43

41

45

48

33

168
















Diligence

120

77

77

59

66

64

56

48

42

51

42

54

35

34

35

142













Investigative

51

45

44

41

29

29

24

21

20

20

23

24

33

14

24

23

65










Gentle

61

42

41

24

37

29

35

23

19

27

26

30

20

30

22

28

15

64







Urgency

24

21

17

12

13

22

15

12

16

12

16

17

16

10

10

12

9

6

35




Threatening

3

2

1

3

0

4

0

0

1

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

2

0

2

5

*Bold values represent 75% of the combinations selected by respondents. Shaded values in the dominant diagonal display the total number of respondents selecting that trait.

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