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Child and Family Team (CFT) Training
Thu, March 30, 2017, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM PDT
What is a Child and Family Team (CFT)?
The CFT model is an individualized planning and decision making process which brings a group together to collaborate and develop a plan to support the safety and wellbeing of a family. The team places the family and their goals, whether a biological family, a foster family, adoptive family or a transitional age youth – at the center of the group decision-making process.
The team addresses areas of strength, need and concerns related to safety, family wellness, and/or court requirements. Plans are regularly adjusted to best meet the desired outcomes of the family.
- CWS Social Workers / Supervisors
- Community Organizations and Providers
- Faith-Based Organizations
- Family Advocates
- Family Care Network, Inc.
- Foster Parents
- Mental Health / Public Health / Drug and Alcohol Services
- Parent Partners
- Probation / Law Enforcement / Victim Witness
- School Educators / Staff
Pre-requisite: Must have attended a Safety-Organized Practice 101 Training before attending this CFT Training