2020 CBCAP Grantee Meeting

2020 CBCAP Annual Grantee Meeting

The CBCAP Annual Grantee Meeting for 2020 was held on March 11-12 at the Renaissance Downtown Hotel in Washington, D.C.  The meeting and its mandatory participants experienced unprecedented challenges in the current climate of COVID-19.  Click below to view the various materials, handouts and other media associated with the different sessions from the meeting.  If you have any questions, please reach out to your TA Coordinator.

Welcome and Introductions

Julie Fliss and Sharon McKinley, Children’s Bureau/OCAN
Valerie Spiva-Collins, FRIENDS National Center for CBCAP

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Plenary: Preventing Loneliness and Social Isolation: The Key to a Better Life

The notions of loneliness and social isolation have been clearly identified as vexing issues for individuals and families today.  We know that when families are rendered isolated, bad things can follow including adverse health issues, unhappiness/depression, challenges with life success, and even shortened life expectancy.  We also know that marginalized groups, folks with disabilities, seniors, those in poverty, and other minorities, are at greater risk of being lonely, isolated, or disconnected.  

This session will examine social isolation that can affect individuals as well as families.  Not only will we look at the research and data related to this concept, but we will explore strategies, and actions that can be employed in addressing loneliness by have social capital principles work for the people you support.  In an interactive format, we will examine ways and means to building more effective relationship possibilities.  

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Workshop: Addressing Loneliness and Isolation- Strategies for Intervention

Dr. Al Condeluci, Community Living and Support Services

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Closed Session: Prevention Mindset Institute Planning with Partners

Theresa Costello, Action 4 Child Protection;

Teresa Rafael and Corey Best, Children’s Trust Fund Alliance;

Dana Fields-Johnson, Prevention Institute

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Workshop: Hope Conquers ACEs - Stop Admiring the Problem and Build Positive Childhood Experiences

Roger Sherman, Idaho Children’s Trust Fund

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Workshop: Update on the Development of the Spanish PFS-2 and Development of Parent Leadership Evaluation Resources

Dr. Jessica Sprague-Jones and Mallory Rousseau, University of Kansas-CPPR

 

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Workshop: The Empower Action Model™: A Community Approach to Mobilizing Prevention Through Promoting Health, Equity, and Well-Being Across the Life Span

Joan Hoffman, Children’s Trust of South Carolina

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Workshop: Improving Access to and Use of Community Well-Being Data for Community-Based Prevention

Catherine Brown, Jennifer Skala, and Mary Pinker, Nebraska Children and Family Foundation

 

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Workshop: Scaffolding Strategies to Promote Equitable Opportunities

Megan Waltz, Minnesota Department of Human Services

Anthony Queen (Michigan), FRIENDS Parent Advisory Council

 

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Workshop: Data Help Us! Using Data Systems to Support Funders in Ensuring Program Fidelity and Outcomes

Rebecca Murray, Wisconsin Child Abuse and Neglect Board

Edi Winkle, FRIENDS National Center for CBCAP

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Edi's Slides

Workshop: Building a Stronger Team – Engaging Fathers in CBCAP Programs

Mosley Hobson, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

Sarita Rogers and Steven Pascal, Children’s Trust of Massachusetts

Bruce Bynum (Texas) and Melissa Zimmerman (Arizona), FRIENDS Parent Advisory Council

 

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Plenary: Systems Change- Vision for the Future

Corey Best, Children's Trust Fund Alliance

Carolyn Abdullah, FRIENDS National Center for CBCAP

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Workshop: New State Lead Orientation

Julie Fliss and Sharon McKinley, Children’s Bureau/OCAN

Carolyn Abdullah, FRIENDS National Center for CBCAP

Jessica Diel (Missouri), FRIENDS Parent Advisory Council

 

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Plenary: The Buffering Effect of Family Resilience on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Examining the Role of Race and Culture on Traumatic Stress

Dr. Paul Lanier, UNC-Chapel Hill

Quinton Smith, Duke University

The findings from the Kaiser-CDC Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study have greatly influenced our understanding of childhood adversity as a social determinant of health. Research has paid little attention to racial differences in the relationship between ACEs, protective factors, and resilience. To promote health equity and reduce racial disparities in key health outcomes, an integrated risk and resilience research approach is needed. The current study uses combined data from the 2016, 2017, and 2018 National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH). The NSCH is a nationally representative data set of all youth in the U.S. and was collected by the U.S. Census Bureau. Analytic results show that high family resilience buffers the effects of ACE exposure on several child health outcomes. Further, findings suggest the protective effects of family resilience may offset higher exposure to certain ACEs among racial and ethnic minority children. Translating this research into practice can lead to tailored prevention and treatment solutions for children, specifically within communities of color.

 

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Workshop: A Deeper Dive on ACEs and Family Resilience for Latinx and Native Populations

Dr. Paul Lanier, UNC-Chapel Hill

Quinton Smith, Duke University

 

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Workshop: Respite and Crisis Care: Potent Prevention Tools for Strengthening Families

Sherry Cobbins and Lindsay Hyman, Illinois Department of Children and Family Services

MaryJo Alimena Caruso, FRIENDS National Center

Jill Kagan, ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center

 

Illinois Slides

FRIENDS and ARCH Slides

 

Workshop: NC Child Welfare Family Leadership Model– Walking the Walk

Deborah Day and Cornelia Singletary, North Carolina Division of Social Services

Carolyn Abdullah, FRIENDS National Center for CBCAP

 

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Practice Notes Article