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Title: Center of Advanced Studies in Child Welfare


1
NATIONAL IV-E ROUNDTABLE
  • Center of Advanced Studies in Child Welfare
  • University of Minnesota
  • TITLE IV-E TRAINING
  • Requirements, Opportunities, Match Budgeting
  • June 2, 2015
  • Radisson Blu Mall of America
  • Bloomington, MN
  • Presented by
  • Don Schmid

2
TITLE IV-E OF THE SSA
  • Federal Foster Care and Relative Guardianship for
    Children From Economically Poor Families
  • Federal Adoption for Children Under the Custody
    of a State or Tribal IV-E Agency
  • Began in 1980. Before That it Was a Part of the
    AFDC Program (Title IV-A)
  • Requires Non-Federal Match
  • Available to
  • State IV-E Agency
  • Tribal/State IV-E Agreement (Pass Through from
    State IV-E Agency)
  • Direct Funding Between Federal and Tribe
  • 3 Components
  • Maintenance (Board Room)
  • Administration (Case Management, Child Placement,
    Licensing, etc.)
  • Training of Staff, Foster/Adopt/Guardianship
    Parents, Courts and Others Serving IV-E Children

3
TITLE IV-E TRAINING(Unless Noted Non Salary
Expenditures for Agency Staff
  • Training For
  • Public IV-E Agency Staff and Those Preparing to
    Work for the Agency
  • Initial Training (one week or more Can Include
    Salaries Requires PACAP revision )
  • Workshops, Conferences, Seminars, Courses, etc.
  • MSW BSW Stipends, Tuition, Educational
    Supplies
  • Short Term Training (Including Travel, Per Diem,
    Registration Fees Trainers)
  • Current or Prospective Foster/Adopt and Relative
    Guardians
  • Initial/basic training, foster/adopt conferences,
    annual training, seminars and training specific
    to a childs needs)
  • Community Partners (including judges, attorneys,
    Guardian Ad Litem, and agencies/individuals that
    serve IV-E eligible children (i.e. Mental Health
    Pros,)
  • Training to increase their ability to provide
    support and assistance to foster and adopted
    children and those cared for by a relative
    guardian

4
Title IV-E Training
  • Training For IV-E Agency Staff Community
    Partners)
  • Examples of Reimbursable Topics (CWPM 8.1H,
    questions 8 21)
  • Topics related to administration listed at 45 CFR
    1356.60 (c) plus
  • Social work practice, such as family centered
    practice and social work methods including
    interviewing and assessment
  • Assessments to determine whether a situation
    requires a childs removal from the home if NOT
    conducting a child abuse and neglect
    investigation
  • Cultural competency related to children
    families
  • Activities designed to preserve, strengthen, and
    reunify the family, if the training is NOT
    related to providing treatment or services
  • Child abuse neglect issues, such as the impact
    of child abuse and neglect on a child if the
    training is NOT related to how to conduct an
    investigation of child abuse and neglect
  • Effects of separation, grief and loss, child
    development and visitation
  • General substance abuse, domestic violence and
    mental health issues NOT treatment
  • Child social and emotional development and
    well-being

5
STATE/PUBLIC UNIVERSITY TRAINING
PARTNERSHIPSCHILDREN FAMILY SERVICE
CENTERS/ACADEMY
  • Initial Training for New Hires Typically 4
    weeks
  • Ongoing Training for Staff, Specialized Training
    for Supervisors, Senior Management Retreats, etc.
  • Title IV-E Funding Formulas of Trainers PACAP
    IV-B Plan
  • Historical
  • Direct University Training Costs X State RMTS
    Cost Distribution X IV-E Eligibility Ratio X 75
    FFP Plus
  • Direct University Training Costs X State RMTS
    Cost Distribution X University indirect Rate for
    Instruction X IV-E Eligibility Ratio X 50 FFP
    (Administration)
  • Another Option
  • Direct University Training Costs X Curriculum
    Analysis of IV-E Allowable Topics X IV-E
    Eligibility Ratio X 75 FFP Plus
  • Direct University Training Costs X Curriculum
    Analysis of IV-E Allowable Topics X University
    Indirect Rate for Instruction X IV-E Eligibility
    Ratio X 50 FFP

6
STATE/PUBLIC UNIVERSITY TRAINING PARTNERSHIPS
FOSTER/ADOPT PARENT RELATIVE GUARDIANS
  • Type of IV-E Allowable Training (Any Topic to
    Enhance Parenting)
  • Initial and Ongoing Formal Training
  • Workshops, Conferences
  • IV-E Will Reimburse For
  • Travel, Per Diem, Registration, Lodging,
    Speakers, Space
  • Funding/Match Formula
  • Direct Cost X Program IV-E Eligibility Ratio X
    75 FFP or
  • Direct Cost X Blended (FC, AA, RG) IV-E
    Eligibility Ratio X 75
  • Plus
  • When the Training is Administered by the Public
    University/Inst.
  • Direct Cost X IV-E Eligibility Ratio X University
    Indirect Rate for Instruction X 50 FFP for
    Administration

7
STATE/UNIVERSITY TRAINING PARTNERSHIPS STIPENDS
(student agrees to work for IV-E Agency day for
day/month for month)
  • MODEL 1
  • State IV-E Agency Pays Stipend Directly to
    College or Student
  • IV-E Training Reimbursement Formula
  • Cost of Stipend X Foster Care Eligibility Ratio
    X 75 FFP
  • State Agency Manages the Stipend
  • Student Can Go to Any Public or Private CSWE
    Accredited School Approved by State IV-E
    Agency

8
STATE/UNIVERSITY TRAINING PARTNERSHIPS - STIPENDS
(student agrees to work for IV-E Agency day for
day/month for month)
  • Model 2 General Funds to pay University Social
    Work Faculty Salary Operating Costs are Used to
    Leverage IV-E Reimbursement Which in Turn is Used
    to Pay Student Stipend.
  • IV-E Reimbursement Formula for Faculty by Cohort
  • MSW, BSW, Distance Learning
  • Faculty Costs by Cohort X Students
    Employed/Committed to IV-E Agency X IV-E Foster
    Care Eligibility Ratio X 75 FFP plus
  • Faculty Costs by Cohort X Students Employed
    by/Committed to IV-E Agency X University
    Indirect rate for Instruction X IV-E Foster Care
    Eligibility Ratio X 50 FFP (administration)
  • Total IV-E Reimbursement less actual indirect
    retained by University is used to stipends.
    Amount of Stipend and Number of Students is
    Determined by Partnership
  • IV-E Reimbursement Formula for Stipends
  • Cost X IV-E Foster Care Eligibility Ratio X 75
    FFP

9
STATE/UNIVERSITY RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS
  • State IV-E Agencies Can and Do conduct various
    forms of research for the proper and efficient
    administration of the title IV-E State Plan
  • The State IV-E Agency can purchase the research
    from a public or private entity and claim IV-E
    administration reimbursement.
  • When Foster Care, Adoption or Relative
    Guardianship Research is conducted by a Public
    University Partner on behalf of the State IV-E
    Agency, the Universities Indirect Rate for
    Research can also be claimed for IV-E
    administration research
  • IV-E Reimbursement Formula
  • Isolated Direct Costs of University Faculty who
    conduct research on IV-E Related Topics X
    appropriate IV-E Eligibility Ratio X 50 FFP plus
  • Isolated Direct Costs of University Faculty who
    conduct research on IV-E Related Topics X
    University indirect rate for research X
    appropriate IV-E eligibility ratio X 50 FFP.
  • IV-E Agency Can Pass the IV-E Reimbursement Back
    to the University

10
Contact
  • Donald L. Schmid, President
  • Schmid Associates
  • 930 N. 8TH Street
  • Bismarck, ND 58501
  • Phone 701-223-9295
  • Cell Phone 701-471-3387
  • E-mail donschmid_at_bis.midco.net
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