The IV-E Waiver Demonstration Evaluation is a partnership with Oregon’s Department of Human Services (child welfare) to evaluate two demonstration programs being implementing using Oregon’s federal IV-E Waiver funds.
Indiana Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Project Final Evaluation Report Executive Summary Prepared for Division of Family and Children Family and Social Service Administration State of Indiana Prepared by Institute of Applied Research St. Louis, Missouri September 2003.
The details of the Title IV-E demonstration project are more fully described in the Pro Forma contract and Attachment A. The winning proposer must exhibit superior knowledge and proficiency with the federal IV-E waiver process, data analytics, evaluation design and implementation. 1.2.
TITLE IV-E CHILD WELFARE WAIVER DEMONSTRATIONS Suggested Evaluation Plan Outline The Evaluation Plan is a key deliverable described in Sections 3.5 and 5.5 of the Terms and Conditions for each waiver demonstration. The following is a proposed outline of the types of.
WA Title IV -E State Evaluation Semi-Annual Report July 2017 3 focused on continued data analysis, multiple presentations of findings, extensive revisions of the Interim Report, and new FAR office site visits and key informant interviews. The following bullet points present some of these highlights.
California's Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Project Evaluation: An analysis of Wraparound in Alameda County Charlie Ferguson, PhD, University of California at Berkeley. Purpose Wraparound in California is a response to the increasing costs of providing services to children in high-level group care in California without the corresponding positive outcomes.
Title IV-E Waiver Evaluation. Evaluation Semi -Annual Report. January 2016. WA Title IV-E State Evaluation Semi-Annual Report Jan 2015 2 Evaluation Status. The evaluation continues to proceed as planned. Site visits and key informant interviews for.
This document categorizes Title IV-E demonstration interventions currently being used or proposed by the complete set of Title IV-E Waiver states and counties according to their effectiveness data. Based on a review of existing literature and resources, we have also compiled benefit-cost data, when available.
As part of Arkansas’s IV-E waiver initiative, NFA was Arkansas’s first evidence-based prevention program. The evaluation of the program concluded that NFA had positive outcomes for children and families in Arkansas including reducing future maltreatment and removal into foster care.
Inc. (HZA), a national firm which is conducting Title IV-E Waiver evaluations in two other states and has prior experience evaluating BCF programs. B. Research Questions The research questions HZA will address can be summarized as follows, categorized by whether they relate to the process evaluation, outcome evaluation or cost analysis.
Title IV-E Waiver funds can be used for both Title IV-E eligible and non-eligible youth with an out-of-home placement. The flexibility provided by a waiver includes the ability to fund proven and innovative practice models to achieve better outcomes for children and.
Child Welfare Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Interim Evaluation Report Executive Summary Through the Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS), the Department of Children and Families.
Colorado Title IV-E Waiver Interim Evaluation Report. The Colorado Title IV-E Waiver Interim Evaluation Report explores the impact of the Title IV-E Waiver (a national child welfare demonstration project) in the first two years of implementation across participating counties (41 counties in Year 1; 48 in Year 2).
ProtectOHIO Final Evaluation Report: Ohio’s Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project. Columbus, OH: The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. This study received a low rating because baseline equivalence of the intervention and comparison groups was necessary and not demonstrated.
The major appeal of the title IV-E program has always been that, as an entitlement, funding levels were supposed to adjust automatically to respond to changes in need, as represented by State claims. Annual discretionary appropriations were unnecessary to accommodate changing circumstances such as a larger population of children in foster care.REPORT ON THE PROGRESS IN STRENGTHENING THE TITLE IV-E WAIVER EVALUATION On June 26, 2007, on motion of Supervisor Don Knabe, as amended by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, the Board directed the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to report back every 30 days on the progress in strengthening the Title IV-E Waiver evaluation by.State of Mississippi Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Project: Final Evaluation Report (PDF - 960 KB) Institute of Applied Research (2005) Provides study findings on processes, impacts, and costs of a child welfare waiver demonstration project in Mississippi that built an intensive services model that emphasized child-focused and family-centered practice.