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Santa Cruz Juvenile Probation and the ICPM – ASIST/Specialized Permanency Webinar
July 27 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am PDT
This webinar will feature the Santa Cruz County Juvenile Probation Department’s efforts to integrate the Integrated Core Practice Model’s (ICPM) 10 guiding principles into daily practice. In 2020, the Santa Cruz County Juvenile Probation Department identified the potential for the ICPM to serve as a common thread among several new mandates and best practices – to reinforce family-centered decision making and build upon family engagement and permanency efforts. Workshop presenters will share how discovering these similarities between mandates (the ICPM guiding principles) reduced stress and implementation fatigue.
Please join, to learn how the Santa Cruz County Juvenile Probation Department ASIST team introduced the ICPM principles to staff, created a training plan for implementation and skill building, and how to build on existing efforts to create a cohesive practice model supporting authentic family engagement.
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• Robert Friend, LCSW is the Director of the National Institute for Permanent Family Connectedness at Seneca Family of Agencies. Bob is a member of the California Child Welfare Council and co-chairs its Permanency Committee. Bob trains, coaches and consults nationally to promote belonging and connectedness for young people.
• Robert S. Doty is the Juvenile Division Director for Santa Cruz County Probation. He has been in this role for nearly the past seven years. Prior to coming to Santa Cruz County, Mr. Doty worked 18 years in Probation and Parole for the Wyoming Department of Corrections finishing his career there as the Deputy Administrator of Field Services, Southern District. Mr. Doty began his career in Probation in 1987 and spent 11 years as a Probation Officer for the Santa Clara County Probation Department. Mr. Doty has a Bachelor’s Degree in Administration of Justice from the University of Wyoming and a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati.
ASIST stands for Active Supportive Intervention Services for Transition. It includes a range of services to increase permanency and specialized permanency practices for children and youth in California’s child welfare system. The CDSS and UC Davis collaborate to host monthly webinars with subject matter experts who offer information and resources to support counties in keeping up to date with requirements, resources, and peer-learning solutions.