CSF is pleased to announce that they have added several comprehensive White Papers to their websites addressing key aspects of their child welfare consulting practice. In addition to including an overview “infographic” describing the company’s approach to provide child welfare services, these White Papers present the CSF thought-leadership approaches to developing Child Welfare Practice Models, Continuous Quality Improvement, Effective Use of Data, Agency Assessment and Evaluation, Workforce Development and Coaching, and Private Provider Performance Management through Performance-Based Contracting.
Aimed at child welfare professionals in state agencies, these White Papers suggest best practices and experience-tested methods that CSF’s staff of national experts have used in their work across the country partnering with state and local agencies to help them address the variety of issues they face as they try to deliver effective and efficient services to children and families.
According to Will Hornsby, CSF’s Vice President for Child Welfare Practice, “Our CSF Child Welfare Team has worked hard to develop these White Papers that outline our approach to assist child welfare agencies to be more successful with the children and families they serve. We look forward to continuing this meaningful work with our child welfare peers and colleagues across the country.”
About Center for the Support of Families:
Since 1991, CSF has formed partnerships with more than 44 state and local human service agencies to deliver effective and efficient services in areas of child support, child welfare, welfare-to-work transition, childcare, and other programs relating to children and families. CSF’s work for children, youth and families places particular emphasis on child support, paternity and custody, child maltreatment, foster care and child welfare, children in poverty, adolescent pregnancy and parenting, and juvenile justice. Within these fields, CSF delivers a variety of services, including strategic planning, policy analysis, business process analysis and reform, implementation assistance, and training and coaching for policy and program delivery staff at the federal, state and local level. For more information, please visit www.csfsite.org.
About SLI Global Solutions:
SLI Global Solutions (SLI) is headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, with project locations in over a dozen capital cities across the US. SLI is committed to helping state agencies build quality and innovation into their system implementations and program improvement initiatives. SLI is committed to the use of a standards-based quality management methodology that has been proven effective in a wide range of system implementations and process improvement projects. SLI’s SQM3 methodology is ISO 9001:2015 certified. SLI has experienced staff ready to support your quality and risk management needs on both agile and traditional systems development projects. For more information, visit www.sliglobalsolutions.com.