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    • Comparison of Oklahoma's 2000 ASFA outcomes by administrative area

    • Oklahoma. Division of Children & Family Services.;United States. Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997.;Child welfare--Oklahoma.;Adoption--Oklahoma.;Child abuse--Oklahoma.;Foster home care--Government policy--Oklahoma.;Child welfare--Government...
    • "The Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) identified six federal outcome measures by which states' child welfare services are to be evaluated. This research report explores Oklahoma's performance on 5 of these 6 outcomes for federal fiscal year...
    • A day in the life of a child welfare specialist

    • Child welfare workers--Oklahoma.; Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Department of Human Services--Employees--Recruiting.
    • The mission of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services is to help individuals and families in need help themselves lead safer, healthier, more independent and productive lives.; OKDHS hires hundreds of child welfare specialists to implement the...
    • Comparative analysis of child welfare in Oklahoma and Kansas

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.;Child welfare--Kansas.;Oklahoma. Division of Children & Family Services.
    • This report was requested by Mr. Howard Hendrick, Direction of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, to guide policy development for public child welfare in the state of Oklahoma. Director Hendrick asked that this analysis draw comparisons...
    • OCCY Substance Exposed Newborn Subcommittee

    • Newborn infants--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.; Drug abuse in pregnancy--Oklahoma.; Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Children of prenatal substance abuse--Oklahoma.; Child abuse--Oklahoma.
    • The Keeping Children and Family Safe Act of 2003 was passed by Congress which requires each state to develop policies and procedures “to address the needs of infants born and identified as being affected by illegal substance abuse or withdrawal...
    • Executive summary : substance exposed newborns (SEN)

    • Newborn infants--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.; Drug abuse in pregnancy--Oklahoma.; Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Children of prenatal substance abuse--Oklahoma.
    • From October 2010 through September 2011, the Office of Juvenile System Oversight (OJSO) reviewed ten cases involving babies who: at birth tested positive; their mother tested positive; or their mother self-reported at the time of the babies’...
    • Questions & answers for parents.

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Child abuse--Investigation--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Child Protective Services.; Oklahoma. Child Welfare Services.
    • Explains what Child Welfare Services does upon receiving a report of suspected child abuse or neglect. Child Protective Services (CPS) is a child welfare (CW) service that focuses on protecting children from harm. The Oklahoma Department of Human...
    • Final report, Oklahoma child and family services review

    • Oklahoma. Department of Human Services.;Child welfare--Oklahoma.;Family services--Oklahoma.;Family policy--Oklahoma.;Children--Services for--Oklahoma.
    • "This document presents the findings of the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) for the State of Oklahoma. The CFSR is the Federal Government's program for assessing the performance of State child welfare (CW) agencies with regard to achieving...
    • Oklahoma Department of Human Services performance audit

    • Oklahoma. Department of Human Services.; Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Family services--Oklahoma.
    • When the Oklahoma House of Representatives requested proposals for a performance audit of the Department of Human Services (DHS) in the late spring of 2008, its focus was on child welfare but its request was broader. One of the primary concerns was...
    • Assessing child safety in Oklahoma

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Child Protective Services--Evaluation.
    • Presenting to the Commission will be Dr. Page Walley and Dr. Sue Steib of Casey Family Programs regarding their findings of a recent review of Oklahoma’s child welfare safety assessment practices.--news release, OKDHS 9/23/2011; The Review *...
    • A parent's guide to working with child welfare

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Foster home care--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Child Welfare Services.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Human Services’ Child Welfare (CW) Division works with Oklahoma families whose children are abused and neglected. CW helps protect children and tries to keep them in their homes with their family. When this can’t...
    • A parent's guide to working with child welfare

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Foster home care--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Child Welfare Services.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Human Services’ Child Welfare (CW) Services works with Oklahoma families whose children are abused and neglected. CW helps protect children and tries to keep them in their homes with their families. When this can’t...
    • Oklahoma County Juvenile Court monitoring report 1990-1991.

    • Oklahoma. Juvenile Court (Oklahoma County); Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Conduct of court proceedings--Oklahoma.
    • "Court Watch began in January 1989 for the purposes of monitoring the juvenile courts and assessing the extent to which they are assisting in providing permanent homes for deprived children. Court Watch also provides the presence of concerned...
    • Child protection services in Oklahoma

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.;Oklahoma. Child Protective Services.
    • "This report focuses on Child Protective Services (CPS) the front door, or entryway to Child Welfare Services in the State of Oklahoma for the 2001 calendar year. It provides a picture of CPS services in Oklahoma at each step of the process....
    • Education advocacy for children in foster care

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.
    • In Oklahoma over the past 3 years 33% of our youth who exited care had graduated or received a GED v Out of those youth 67% entered post secondary education Foster Youth face many Barriers to Education • Placement Stability • Inadequate level...
    • Child and family services review statewide assessment

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.;Family services--Oklahoma.;Family policy--Oklahoma.;Chidlren--Services for--Oklahoma.;Oklahoma. Department of Human Services.
    • "The State of Oklahoma will be participating in its second federal Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) in August 2007. As part of this process, Oklahoma has prepared a Statewide Assessment of its child welfare program."

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