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Research Partnership to Improve NH State Data on Abused and Neglected Children: NH PARCS* Research Partnership to Improve NH State Data on Abused and Neglected Children: NH PARCS* Glenda Kaufman Kantor, CCRC, UNH Melissa Correia, NH DCYF & Melissa Wells, UNH * Presented at 8 th National Child Welfare Data Conference, Washington, D. C. July 2005 OJJDP award # 2003 -JN-FX 0064

PROJECT OBJECTIVES PROJECT OBJECTIVES

Project Objectives ® 1. Develop joint research agenda ® 2. Identify key data elements Project Objectives ® 1. Develop joint research agenda ® 2. Identify key data elements that improve on current risk & outcome measures ® 3. Identify intermediate steps in data reforms ® 4. Develop ongoing partnership

Obj. 1: Develop Joint Research Agenda ® Research Synthesis ® Research on Practice ® Obj. 1: Develop Joint Research Agenda ® Research Synthesis ® Research on Practice ® Basic Research ® Program Evaluation ® Longitudinal Research

Obj. 1: Work in Progress ® Determine NH DCYF needs ® What is efficacy Obj. 1: Work in Progress ® Determine NH DCYF needs ® What is efficacy of NH DCYF & their contractors? ® How have other systems approached data reforms & partnerships ® What are limits of current data systems? ® What are the important outcomes? ® Review Literature ® Research Partnerships ® Use of outcome data ® National data reforms

Obj. 1: Accomplishments ® What did we learn? ® Partnerships ® National data issues Obj. 1: Accomplishments ® What did we learn? ® Partnerships ® National data issues ® Outcomes ® SDM ® What do we plan? ® Possible Study of SDM ® Conduct Longitudinal Analysis of AFCARS

AFCARS Longitudinal Analysis ® Spring 2006 project ® Merge multiple years of NH AFCARS AFCARS Longitudinal Analysis ® Spring 2006 project ® Merge multiple years of NH AFCARS data ® Conduct focus groups with DCYF employees to identify key questions ® Analyze placement patterns, with specific emphasis on adolescents in foster care ® Contact Melissa. [email protected] edu for additional information

Objective 2: Identify Key Data Elements ® Draft of Logic Model (evidence based) ® Objective 2: Identify Key Data Elements ® Draft of Logic Model (evidence based) ® Review of Model by NH PARCS ® Review by Stakeholders ® Revision Based on Feedback

Objective 2 Accomplishment: Logic Model Objective 2 Accomplishment: Logic Model

Elements for a DCYF Logic Model Target Population Program Characteristics Target: • Families substantiated Elements for a DCYF Logic Model Target Population Program Characteristics Target: • Families substantiated Service Delivery for CA/N • Families not substantiated but at risk for CA/N Systems: • Mental Health • Substance Abuse • Batterer Intervention Population Characteristics: Child: • Developmental status • Mental health/sub. Abuse • Educational functioning • Community integration (afterschool programs/clubs) Parent: • Substance abuse • Physical/mental capacity • Stress/Coping ability • Parenting capacity • Domestic violence/trauma • Readiness to change • Community integration (parent support groups, church, employment) Family: • Priors • Pattern of relationships • Culture/ethnicity • Community: • Housing • Prenatal, medical, dental care • Resources • Other services Availability of resources Case Management Intermediate Outcomes Proximal Outcomes Distal Outcomes Supports, Skills and Services Child: • Develop. milestones • Social skills • Absence of anxiety/ depression • Involvement w/ community activities, mentors Increase Parent’s: • Positive social supports • Coping skills • Parenting capacity (responsiveness, involvement w/ child, warmth and affection, discipline) • Social capacity (education, employment, move toward financial stability, job training; access financial supports, services, WIC/TANF) Family Cohesion: • Eat together/rituals • Participate in family activities • Mutual help, support, respect • Family organization/rules Utilization of services: • Child physical health • Adult and child mental health • Adult substance abuse treatment Family Well-being & Safety (“EFFICACY”) 1) Freedom from violence/abuse—no maltreatment for parent and child 2) Loving/stable relationship with an adult for parent and child 3) Parent’s and child’s ability to problem solve (coping) 4) Family’s integration into the community 5) Economic stability for the parent/ school functioning for the child 6) Physical and mental health (wellbeing) for the parent and child Family reunification Stability/ permanency of child placement

Objective 3: Identify Intermediate Steps in Data Reforms ® Review All Current Sources of Objective 3: Identify Intermediate Steps in Data Reforms ® Review All Current Sources of Data ® SACWIS; SDM forms; CFSR (Quality Control Reports) ® Map available elements onto Logic Model

Objective 3: Accomplishments ® Data Matrix Developed ® Data Report in Progress ® CPSW Objective 3: Accomplishments ® Data Matrix Developed ® Data Report in Progress ® CPSW Data overload ® Data quality ® Missing data

Next Steps ® Data Report ® Recommendations for streamlining; ® New Measures; ® Assessments Next Steps ® Data Report ® Recommendations for streamlining; ® New Measures; ® Assessments needed for accurate measurement ® Data Reform Process ® Gain consensus on goals, definitions, measures, assessments, training needs ® Staff buy-in

Objective 4: Develop Ongoing Partnership ® Performance evaluation; Basic research; Data analysis and Reports Objective 4: Develop Ongoing Partnership ® Performance evaluation; Basic research; Data analysis and Reports ® Sustainability

Objective 5: Develop Cross-System Data Communication Process ® Identify data sharing needs that would Objective 5: Develop Cross-System Data Communication Process ® Identify data sharing needs that would improve joint systems performance, and well-being of families and children that present themselves to multiple systems

NH DCYF Perspective NH DCYF Perspective

NH DCYF - Using Data to Manage Change Where We’ve Come From ® Manual NH DCYF - Using Data to Manage Change Where We’ve Come From ® Manual data collection/disconnected sources ® Minimal use/trust in SACWIS data – disconnect between “numbers” and “practice” ® Production reports in print/no drill-down/no ability to customize ® Lack of data definitions/inconsistent data from report to report ® Production of reports not timely

NH DCYF - Using Data to Manage Change Where We Are Now ® SACWIS NH DCYF - Using Data to Manage Change Where We Are Now ® SACWIS reliance as sole data source ® Process/Compliance oriented data ® Driven by external forces ® Accuracy of reports “proven” by providing drilldown – review of detail through supervision ® Reports in Excel - Ability to customize by DO/CPSW – field supervisors requesting data! ® Provision of complete data definitions and sources – including Bridges screen shots ® Production of reports still requires time/resources

NH DCYF - Using Data to Manage Change Where We’re Going ® Real time NH DCYF - Using Data to Manage Change Where We’re Going ® Real time data for supervisor use – Data integrity requires streamlining data entry ® Ability to pull from other state data systems ® Sustainable methods for longitudinal analysis ® SDM/Targeting of resources to highest need quality measures are vital ® Outcome vs. Process driven – Data analysis vs. Data collection Efficacy of services