Substance Abuse and Child Welfare Case Planning
Level: Advanced Practice – Lineworker, Supervisor
Intended Audience: New and experienced line workers and supervisors
- Identify the service needs of Parents, Children and Families affected by Addiction.
- Identify and access resources for Parents, Children and Families.
- Demonstrate how to make appropriate case plans for this client population.
- Identify behaviors and signs that assist in measuring the birth parent(s) ongoing progress in their case plan and make appropriate court recommendations accordingly.
- Developing a customized service plan based on an assessment of substance abuse
- Identify services for parents children and families
- Measuring and monitoring progress in the case plan, when to modify the case plan
CalSWEC Competencies Addressed:
1.3 Student demonstrates the ability to conduct an ethnically and culturally competent assessment of a child and family and to develop an effective intervention plan.
3.6 Integrating knowledge of individual, family, and cultural dynamics, the student can recognize signs and symptoms of substance abuse in children and adults and assess its impact.
4.3 Student works collaboratively with biological families, foster families, and kin networks, involving them in assessment and planning and helping them access services and develop coping strategies.
4.4 Student demonstrates the ability to identify service/treatment plan requirements and to construct measurable objectives for the service plan.
5.5 Student demonstrates understanding of how the strengths perspective and empowerment approaches can positively influence growth, development, and behavior change.
Interventions, Services & Resources
Mental Health & Behavioral Health