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Long-Term: Child safety

Decrease in subsequent child maltreatment substantiated referrals from program entry to identified time points 30/60/90 days up to 6 month time point

Review/comparison of DHW case data from FOCUS (SACWIS) from program entry to identified time points 30/60/90 days within 6 month time point Review/comparison of DHW case data from FOCUS from program entry and 30/60/90 days within a 6 month period.

Long-Term: Child permanence

3. Children remain in the home at program entry and 6- month follow-up 4. Children in out-of-home placement are returned in a timely manner 3. Treatment retention/completion 4. Substance abuse reduced/eliminated

Long-Term: Family well-being

Review/compare client data from substance abuse provider and percentages of clients authorized for treatment who enter and complete treatment for all regions before and after the project. Comparison data from non-participating regions will also be gathered for treatment retention and

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Implementation Activity #2: Hire and train substance abuse liaisons use of motivational interviewing techniques and documentation

in three regions of Idaho on the

Outcomes:

Indicators

Methods

  • 1.

    Documentation of attendance

  • 2.

    Observation of liaisons skill practice and demonstration during training

  • 3.

    Analysis of liaisons self- report of training satisfaction and skill acquisition

  • 1.

    Evaluator observes and rates liaisons’ motivational interviewing work with clients

  • 2.

    Evaluator receives completed client documentation from liaisons

  • 3.

    Client satisfaction forms administered at the end of pre-treatment

motivational interview techniques when working with clients and provide appropriate documentation

  • 1.

    Liaisons attend training

  • 2.

    Liaisons demonstrate skill acquisition in the classroom training

  • 1.

    The use of motivational interviewing in their work with clients

  • 2.

    Liaisons provide completed documentation to the evaluator

  • 3.

    Clients report supported and motivated by their work with liaisons

Immediate: Liaisons attend

training and can effectively demonstrate skill acquisition in the classroom on motivational interviewing techniques

Intermediate: Liaisons will be able to u

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