The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) developed this four-part asynchronous training series and workbook with support from the Annie E. Casey Foundation as part of the Launching Crossover Youth and Cross-Sector Advocacy Project. The development of the four-part, self-paced series and workbook was guided by an internal briefing paper, drafted by the National Association of Counsel for Children (NACC), for the Annie E. Casey Foundation to deepen its understanding of these issues and to inform future strategies.
The Crossover Prevention Case Planning for Child Welfare Workers training provides a learning opportunity to better understand case planning/management strategies to reduce pathways to the juvenile justice system for youth who are formally involved with the child welfare system.
This training series was funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. We thank them for their support but acknowledge that the findings and conclusions presented in this training series are those of the author(s) alone, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Foundation.
Module 1- Crossover Prevention Case Planning for Child Welfare Workers
Who are the young people who crossover from child welfare into the juvenile justice system and what are the warning signs of the pathways to crossover? Download workbook.
Module 2- Crossover Prevention Case Planning for Child Welfare Workers
How does a case manager identify the strengths, needs, socio-historical context that impact a youth’s likelihood of crossover? Download workbook.
Module 3 – Crossover Prevention Case Planning for Child Welfare Workers
What is the role of the child welfare case manager in case planning and management for youth at risk of juvenile justice involvement? Download workbook.
Module 4 – Crossover Prevention Case Planning for Child Welfare Workers
What is the role of the child welfare case manager in changing the way they work with youth who are at risk of crossing over? Download workbook.