Child Intervention Practice Framework (CIPF)

Alberta Human Services Child Intervention Practice Framework (CIPF) Focus on Aboriginal community conversations, the policy and legislative review of the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act and the Child Intervention Practice Framework (CIPF) The Alberta government listened to feedback from frontline staff in developing new and innovative ways to serving at-risk children, youth and families. The Child Intervention Practice Framework is the foundation of one of these innovations – ensuring workers are supported, trained and provided with development opportunities.

Also See
Kinship Care Redesign in Alberta: ALIGN Agency Response (Revised June 3 2019)
The Well-Being and Resiliency Framework (Indigenous) kâ-nâkatohkêhk miyo-ohpikinawâwasowin (miyo Resource) & Evaluation Framework 2019
Family Finding
Signs of Safety®
PS4LLC Practice Strategies for Lifelong Connections 2018
Child Intervention Review Panel
Collaborative Service Delivery (CSD) Table (Formerly The Foster Care Negotiation Table) 2017

 

 

 

 

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