Meeting Description: The All Sites Meeting will provide your team with opportunities to share progress, challenges and lessons, engage in peer-to-peer networking and information sharing, and receive expert and targeted TTAC from the QIC-CCCT Change Team and Subject Matter Experts.  Agenda items and meeting sessions include a poster/peer networking session, breakout sessions with subject matter experts, structured team meetings, and plenary sessions on treating infants and families affected by substance use disorders and steps to support a comprehensive approach to Plans of Safe Care.  We will be disseminating more detailed information about topics and agenda items in the coming month.

When:  July 10-11, 2018

Where:  Hyatt Regency John Wayne Airport Newport Beach | 4545 Macarthur Boulevard | Newport Beach, CA 92660.

If you have any further questions, please email us at QIC-CCCT@cffutures.org or call us at (714) 505-3525.

Download the Full QIC-CCCT All-Sites Meeting Program

General Materials from Meeting Packets

Center for Children and Family Futures:

ABA Center on Children and the Law:

AHP Evaluation Overview:

Tribal Law and Policy Institute:

Plenary and Breakout Session Slides and Reading Materials

CHARM Breakout Handouts:

Plenary 3:  The Child Centered Courtroom – Reading Materials:

Plenary 1:  Supporting Families Affected by Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorders –  Slides and Reading Materials:

Demonstration Site Posters:

TimeTitleDescriptionSpeakerResources/Reading Material
7:30 am – 8:30 amRegistration and Coffee
8:30 am – 9:00 amWelcome and Introductions
This opening session will welcome participants and set the stage for the all-sites meeting by briefly reviewing the agenda and highlighting what we hope to achieve during the two days. We will conclude with brief participant introductions.Tracy Watkins, MSW, M.A. Federal Project Officer, Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Children’s Bureau
Ken DeCerchio, MSW, CAP, Center for Children and Family Futures
9:00 am – 10:15 amPlenary Session: Supporting Families Affected by Opioid and Other Substance Use DisordersThis session will provide policy and practice considerations for implementing Plans of Safe Care for infants and their families, and treating opioid and other substance use disorders, including Medication Assisted Treatment. The session will also highlight innovative practices and lessons learned from six states working to improve outcomes for infants with substance exposure and their families, under the National Center of Substance Abuse and Child Welfare’s (NCSACW) Substance Exposed Infant Technical Assistance Program.Nancy Young, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for Children and Family Futures 
Nancy K. Young Bio
10:15 am – 10:30 amMorning Coffee Break
10:30 am – 11:45 amThe Newborn: “Withdrawal” vs. Neurobehavioral ChangesNeonatal Opiate Withdrawal Syndrome (NOWS) is narrowly defined as a syndrome due to prenatal opiate exposure. But many infants exposed to non-opiate substances are misdiagnosed. Dr. Ira J. Chasnoff will present on these key questions:
· What is true neonatal withdrawal and how does it differ from neurobehavioral difficulties?
· What factors affect diagnostic labeling?
· Is it in fact important to differentiate the two?
· Does the diagnosis affect treatment? Does it impact long term outcome?
Dr. Ira J. Chasnoff, M.D., President, NTI Upstream
Dr. Ira Chasnoff Bio
11:45 am – 1:15 pmLunch
1:15 pm – 2:30 pmDemonstration Sites Poster Networking Session and Team Pictures
2:30 pm – 2:45 pmAfternoon Refreshment Break
2:45 pm – 3:00 pmSite Team Action Planning Introduction and Instructions
Guidance will be provided for the Site Team Action Planning sessions.Ken DeCerchio, MSW, CAP, Center for Children and Family Futures
3:00 pm – 5:00 pmSite Team Action Planning-Session 1
Site teams will convene to initiate Action Plans. Facilitated by QIC Change Team staff and site project directors, site teams will:
· Review the alignment of site goals with QIC-CCCT program goals
· Discuss governance structure and identify the need for additional partners
· Begin to identify strategies needed to:
o Address the needs of infants, young children, and their families/caregivers affected by substance use disorders (SUDs) and prenatal substance exposure.
o Implement the provisions of the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA) amendments to the Child Abuse and Prevention Treatment Act (CAPTA).

Oklahoma Sites: Pacific Ballroom 1, 2 and 3
California Sites: Emerald Bay
Alabama Sites: Pacific 5B
Ohio Sites: Monarch Pavilion 1 and 3
Douglas, GA: Pacific Ballroom 5A
Florida – FSSNF: Monarch Pavilion 2
Maricopa, AZ: Crystal Cove
Palmer, AK: Pacific Ballroom 4B
Harris, TX: Pacific Ballroom 4A
5:00 pm – 5:15 pmDay One Wrap-Up: Sites’ Feedback and Closing Comments

A wrap up of the day’s sessions and brief closing comments will be provided. Demonstration Sites will be given the opportunity to share feedback about key takeaways from the day’s discussions.Tracy Watkins, MSW, M.A. Federal Project Officer, Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Children’s Bureau
Ken DeCerchio, MSW, CAP, Center for Children and Family Futures
AdjournDinner with your team or informal groups
TimeTitleDescriptionSpeakerResources/Reading Materials
7:30 am – 8:15 amCoffee and Informal Peer Networking
8:15 am – 8:30 amDay One Recap and Set Stage for Day TwoKim Coe, MSW, QIC-CCCT Change Liaison
8:30 am – 9:45 amChild Centered Practices in the CourtroomThe daunting courtroom can be transformed into a child and family centered environment where healing children and healing relationships are paramount. Judge Cindy Lederman will present on the Miami Child Well-being Court model that has been manualized and replicated through a translational research grant from the CDC. The Miami Child Well-being Court Model is a court innovation that is widely recognized as one of the country’s flagship court improvement efforts. Court Teams will learn how to prioritize the needs of the child and family, minimize their trauma and promote child well-being in the courtroom and child welfare system.Honorable Cindy Lederman, J.D., Miami-Dade Juvenile Court Judge
Honorable Cindy Lederman Bio
ImplementationGuidance handbook

Child Well Being Handbook Clinicians 1.30.13
9:45 am – 10:00 amMorning Coffee Break
10:00 am – 11:45 amSite Team Action Planning-Session 2
Site Teams will continue work on their Action Plans to,
· Build on the information acquired during the All-Sites Meeting
· Prioritize policy and practice issues to address as a team
· Identify challenges and barriers
· Identify potential work groups

Oklahoma Sites: Pacific Ballroom 1, 2 and 3
California Sites: Emerald Bay
Alabama Sites: Pacific 5B
Ohio Sites: Monarch Pavilion 1 and 3
Douglas, GA: Pacific Ballroom 5A
Florida – FSSNF: Monarch Pavilion 2
Maricopa, AZ: Crystal Cove
Palmer, AK: Pacific Ballroom 4B
Harris, TX: Pacific Ballroom 4A
11:45 am – 1:00 pmLunch
1:00 pm – 2:30 pmTopic-Specific Breakout Discussions
1. Steps to Support a Comprehensive Approach to Plans of Safe Care
LOCATION: Pacific Ballroom 5A
This will be a follow up discussion to the Day 1 Plenary Session: Supporting Families Affected by Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorders. Attendees will engage in a discussion about specific steps they can take to implement Plans of Safe Care in their community. This includes emerging practices and approaches to developing Plans of Safe Care and coordinating appropriate interventions for women, children and families.
Nancy Young, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for Children and Family Futures
2. Engaging Dependency Court Attorneys: Adversary, Advocate, or Both
LOCATION: Pacific Ballroom 4A
Attorneys in child welfare are charged with protecting their clients’ rights while also being part of a change team. During this session, participants will discuss the role attorneys for parents, children and the child welfare agency play in Treatment Courts and ways to engage attorneys in this Collaborative Court setting. Participants will share challenges from their own practices and the strategies they’ve used to be effective advocates.
Mimi Laver, J.D. ABA Center on Children and the Law
Hilary Kushins, J.D., MSW, Dependency Advocacy Center
3. What You Need to Know About the QIC-CCCT Evaluation
LOCATION: Pacific Ballroom 4B
Terri Tobin (Evaluation Director) will provide a short overview of the QIC-CCCT evaluation including goals and data collection tools, methods and submission expectations. Attendees will then engage in a discussion about how data can be used to monitor performance and engage in continuous quality improvement (CQI) to improve programs that serve children and families. This session will help attendees think about data collection and evaluation capacity building strategies and is intended for Site Team members of all expertise areas
Terri Tobin, Ph.D. Advocates for Human Potential
4. Children and Recovering Mothers: Vermont’s CHARM Collaborative
LOCATION: Crystal Cove
Children and Recovering Mothers (CHARM) is an inter-disciplinary and cross-systems team which coordinates medical care, substance use disorder treatment, child welfare and social service supports for pregnant and postpartum mothers with a history of opioid use disorder and their infants. This Vermont program offers a model collaborative approach, recognized by SAMHSA with a proven history of positive outcomes for women and children. Attendees will discuss the benefits and challenges, policy and operating framework, lessons learned, and replication considerations of this collaborative approach.
Sally Borden, Executive Director, M.ED., KidSafe, Burlington Vermont
Kim Coe, Senior Program Associate, Center for Children and Family Futures
5. Plenary Follow-Up Discussion with Dr. Ira Chasnoff
LOCATION: Pacific Ballroom 5B
This will be a follow up to the Day 1 Plenary Session: The Newborn: “Withdrawal” vs. Neurobehavioral Changes. Attendees will have the opportunity to reflect on the contents of the presentation and discuss how the information can be used to support infants and families in their community. This includes appropriate assessment and diagnosis of newborns and how these decisions affect treatment and long-term outcomes.
6. Plenary Follow-Up Discussion with Judge Cindy Lederman
LOCATION: Emerald Bay
This will be a follow up to the Day 2 Plenary Session: Child Centered Practices in the Courtroom. Attendees will have the opportunity to reflect on the contents of the presentation and discuss how the information can be used to improve court practices. This includes meeting the needs of children and families through a family centered and trauma informed court environment, and timely, appropriate and coordinated services.
2:30 pm – 2:45 pmAfternoon Refreshment Break
2:45 pm – 3:45 pmSite Team Action Planning-Session 3
This will be the final site team action planning session. For Demonstration Sites that are a part of a multi-site State/Tribal Coalition initiative (Pathway 1 applications), this will be an opportunity for all sites to convene and discuss cross-site action planning and coordination with State/Tribal Coalition leadership. Local Demonstration Sites that are not part of a State/Tribal Coalition multi-site initiative will continue to work on their Action Plans. All Demonstration Sites are expected to:
· Finalize initial Action Plan draft
· Determine your team’s next steps when you return home
· Identify technical assistance needed from the QIC Change Team
· Decide what to highlight during the closing report-out session

Oklahoma Sites: Pacific Ballroom 1, 2 and 3
California Sites: Emerald Bay
Alabama Sites: Pacific 5B
Ohio Sites: Monarch Pavilion 1 and 3
Douglas, GA: Pacific Ballroom 5A
Florida – FSSNF: Monarch Pavilion 2
Maricopa, AZ: Crystal Cove
Palmer, AK: Pacific Ballroom 4B
Harris, TX: Pacific Ballroom 4A
3:45 pm – 5:00 pmSite Teams Report Out: Action Planning
Each Demonstration Site will be allotted approximately 5 minutes to share insights, concerns or thoughts they may have generated during the All-Sites Meeting, and key next steps and action plans as they move into the next phase of the initiative.
5:00 pm – 5:15 pmWrap-Up and Next Steps

A highlight of next steps and closing comments about the two days. Tracy Watkins, MSW, M.A., ACF, Children’s Bureau
Ken DeCerchio, MSW, CAP, Center for Children and Family Futures
AdjournDinner on Your Own or Join Informal Groups