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Title: Integrating Substance Abuse Competency Within A Child Welfare System


1
Integrating Substance Abuse Competency Within A
Child Welfare System
  • Kim Bishop-Stevens LICSW
  • Loretta Butehorn PhD
  • Jan-Feb 2007

2
Child Abuse and Neglect and Substance Abuse
  • 8.3. million children with substance abusing
    parent
  • 50 of cases in care substance impaired
  • 52 out of home placement due to substance abuse
  • -2001 Child Welfare League of America

3
Why were here
4
Massachusetts Child Welfare System
  • State run system
  • 6 Regional Offices with 29 Area Offices
  • 3,500 Staff
  • Yearly Budget 700 Million
  • Serving 23,000 Families
  • 75,000 Total Consumers
  • 40,000 Children

5
1998 Project on Addressing Substance Abuse DSS-MA
  • Charge to build a system wide capacity to respond
  • Via
  • -Substance Abuse Unit
  • -Standardized screening
  • -Monthly case consultation
  • -Increased training
  • -Urine testing protocol
  • -Cross systems collaboration

6
Substance Abuse Unit
  • 2000 - 1 person
  • 2001 - 2 people
  • 2005 Central Office Unit and 1 person per 6
    Regions of State

7
Structural and Staffing Choices
  • Central and Regional hiring and supervision
  • Hired seasoned substance abuse professionals
  • Cross trained them in child welfare

8
Unit members
  • Skill set
  • Paradigm
  • Shift from Clinical to Systemic Perspective
  • Group Process

9
Goals
  • Assess current capacity
  • Build capacity
  • a. Knowledge base
  • b. Identify key collaborators within system
  • c. Develop strong relationship with community
    partners

10
Stage of Development of Unit
  • Process
  • Team building
  • Group process
  • Content
  • Integrating child welfare perspective into a
    clinical substance abuse treatment perspective
  • Single/double loop learning

11
Clinical Development
  • Child welfare expertise
  • Skill development in training
  • Consultation skill set
  • Collaboration with internal and external peers
  • Systemic sophistication

12
When does substance usechild abuse/neglect?
13
Theoretical model
  • How long does it take to think it though
  • Capacity building where is work coming from,
    what info is not overwhelming
  • Stages of change with service planning
  • Does change happen in supervision, case
    conference, training, language use

14
Substance Abuse Unit
15
System Shifts
  • 2000 Substance Abuse Unit formed
  • 2001 Commissioner initiates Core Values
  • 2002 Family Networks Planning
  • 2002 Child Welfare Institute
  • 2003 Program Improvement Plan Developed
  • 2003 Continuous Quality Improvement
  • 2004 Teaming Pilots Initiated
  • 2004 Division of Policy and Planning

16
System Shifts
  • 2004 Working with Families Right from the Start
  • 2005 Family Recovery Collaborative
  • 2005 Substance Abuse Unit Expanded-1 person per
    region
  • 2006 Family Networks Implemented
  • 2007 Co-Directors of Integrated Practice

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Core Values
  • Child Driven
  • Family Centered
  • Community Focused
  • Strength Based
  • Committed to Diversity/Cultural Competence
  • Committed to Continuous Learning

19
Family Recovery Collaborative
  • NCSACW Technical Assistance
  • Partnership between State Agencies, Courts and
    Tribe
  • Products
  • Memorandum of Understanding
  • Shared Principles and Values
  • Draft Communication Protocol
  • Development of Engagement Model

20
Integrated Practice
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The future
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