Course Description: Day 3 of the RBS Foundational Training continues to build understanding and practice with specific RBS components including family search, engagement, preparation and support; cross-setting, individualized treatment strategies; building community support.
Participants will be able to:
- Describe the “Arc of Care” – the difference between RBS and current models using Residential then Wraparound
- Identify desired outcomes of family search and engagement
- Describe how to determine whether or not a family is offering permanency
- List the 8 steps of family search and engagement
- Describe methods for identifying history and family connections that can be sought for youth
- Utilize the Needs Egg (from Day 2) to design interventions for a specific youth that can be used in a residential setting
- Modify those same interventions from residential to community settings.
- Identify community resources that will assist a child/family from “falling through the cracks.” by remembering who supported us as we were growing up.
- Practice designing components of a Safety Plan for sample residential and community crisis situations
Who Should Attend?
This workshop is designed for provider staff working in the RBS Demonstration Project in Los Angeles County, "Open Doors." County (DCFS and DMH) staff who work with youth receiving services through the open door project are also invited to attend.
Lunch will be provided.