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Serving Professionals, Families, and Youth in Saline, Gallatin, Wayne, White, & Hamilton Counties
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To facilitate and support training and technical assistance within organizational partners, with families, and with youth in the Saline, Gallatin, Hamilton, Wayne & White Counties system of care. The center emphasizes the dissemination of evidenced-informed and promising practices approaches within a system of care philosophy.
The LAN Technical Assistance Center of Southern IL utilizes consultants from agencies within the local system of care as well as state and national experts.
Objective 1: Facilitate and support collaboration around technical assistance and training activities.
Objective 2: Provide a resource library for system partners to access at www.systemofcare.org
Objective 3: Provide technical assistance and training on evidenced-informed and promising practices.
Objective 4: Provide technical assistance and training on system of care principles.
Youth are empowered, educated, and given the opportunity to make decisions about their own care. Young people have the information they need and can make decisions about their own care.
Provision of care addresses the child's specific and unique need and incorporates his/her strengths. Care is specific to the strengths and needs of each child.
Clinical practice is based on research findings that meet evidence standards. Care providers use methods that have been used before and helped youth and families.
Sensitivity and responsiveness to the diversity of individuals and communities in term of factors such as race, national origin, religion, language, and socioeconomic background. Care providers understand that all families are different. They respect those differences.
The involvement and partnership of multiple child serving agencies. Agencies that serve young people and families work together as partners.
Professionals work together to avoid duplication of services and eliminate gaps in care. Care providers work together to make sure that children and families get all the services they need from the right provider for them.
Minimization of barriers to service in terms of physical location, convenience of scheduling and financial constraints. Children and families get services they need even if they have physical or resource challenges.
Provision of services within close geographical proximity to the intended population. Children and families get the services they need near where they live.
Delivery of services in settings that maximize freedom of choice and movement and permit interaction in normative settings such as school and family. Care providers try to help children and youth stay at home and in their own schools.
The family is central to the care of children and is a primary decision maker and equal partner in efforts to serve children Families make the decisions about the care of their children.
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