Connecting the Dots: Applying the Enhanced Resource Guidelines and the Safe Baby Court Approach to Enhance the Safety for Nebraska's Most Vulnerable

Breakout Session

Connecting the Dots: Applying the Enhanced Resource Guidelines and the Safe Baby Court Approach to Enhance the Safety for Nebraska's Most Vulnerable

Speaker(s): Moriah Taylor
Tue, Jun 25, 2024 | 2:20 - 3:30pm CDT
Tue, Jun 25, 2024 | 10:40 - 11:50am CDT

About this session

Track: Improving Systems to Support Young Children
Audience level: Intermediary

This session will  provide an overview of the foundation of effective court practices using lessons from The Enhanced  Resource Guidelines (ERGs), NCJFCJ's blueprint for affecting meaningful systems change to improve case management and outcomes  for families in need. The faculty will focus on how that foundation of the ERGs and the Safe Baby Court Approach help build collaboratives to best serve the youngest children. The session offers an opportunity to learn about approaches that support the ell-being of families now and therefore, promote healthy families and communities in the future.

Intended Audience: Court  professionals, Child Welfare agency  workers/leadership, community partners, attorneys.

Learning objectives

  1. Understand the foundational principles of the Enhanced Resource Guidelines.
  2. Identify key approaches to effective case management, family engagement, and court practice to support better outcomes for families.
  3. Understand the Safe Baby Court Approach and how communities can leverage the work being done to better support the youngest children in care.