FY 2017-18 Performance Report

Resource Type

Annual Performance Report

Resource Topics

CSC Broward Operational

The Council’s approach to program evaluation is comprehensive, multi-tiered and includes the following key elements:

How Much Did We Do and How Well Did We Do It?

  1. Programmatic Monitoring, conducted by Council staff and outsourced professionals with experience unique to their fields of practice, reviews a range of service elements including fidelity to the intervention model, client/family engagement, program effectiveness, cultural sensitivity, funding utilization and analysis of overall service delivery and documentation.
  2. Administrative Monitoring, conducted by experienced Council staff accountants, reviews the fiscal aspects of the contract, including budget-to-actual, inventory verification, background screening compliance, insurance, audit compliance and invoice accuracy and back-up documentation.
  3. Client Satisfaction, conducted by Council staff, is determined through individual, random client surveys in person and/or by phone.

Is Anybody Better Off?

  1. Performance measurement, conducted by experienced Council research analysts, begins with establishing appropriate targets based on national studies and baseline data collected over time. Performance measurement is evaluated using a variety of designs including validated pre/post-test measurement tools, single point administration and surveys to determine program effectiveness and provide data for comparison with local, state and national indicators.

Current Status: The following spreadsheets display year-end performance summarized by service area for FY 17/18.

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General Population | Children's Harbor
954-252-3072

In-home parenting education provided once per week by Bachelor’s or Master’s level staff using the Nurturing Parenting Program (NPP) curriculum and/or the Circle of Security Model to serve families at risk of abuse and neglect.

Primary POC: Shaquoia Richardson | srichardson@childrensharbor.org | 954-252-3072 ext. 151

General Population | Children's Home Society of South Florida
954-453-6400

In-home therapy program provided 1-2 times per week by Master’s level staff using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to serve families at risk of abuse and neglect. Case management and parenting education also provided using the NPP curriculum.

Primary POC: Lisa Sciandra | intercoastal.referrals@chsfl.org

General Population | Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services
954-252-6413

In-home counseling, case management and parenting curriculum provided an average of two times per week by Master’s level clinicians using the Family Skill Builders model to serve families at risk of abuse and neglect.

Primary POC: Nadia Balram | nadia.balram@gcjfcs.org

General Population | Henderson Behavioral Health
954-735-4530

Intensive, in-home therapeutic program provided for up to 10 hours per week by highly-trained Multi-Systemic Therapy Master’s level clinicians to serve families with youth at risk of delinquency or youth with a history of delinquent behavior.

Primary POC: Farah Lavasseur | flavasseur@hendersonbh.org | 954-735-4530 ext. 141

General Population | JAFCO
954-315-8694

Intensive, in-home therapeutic program provided for up to 10 hours per week by highly-trained Multi-Systemic Therapy Master’s level clinicians to serve families with youth at risk of delinquency or youth with a history of delinquent behavior.

Primary POC: Trahern LaFavor | trahern@jafco.org

General Population | Memorial Healthcare System
954-276-0867

In-home therapy provided weekly by Master’s level clinicians using Solutions Focused Brief Therapy and/or the Circle of Security parenting model. Services include case management, life skills training, parenting groups and father-focused groups to families with youth ages 0-18 years old.

Primary POCs:
Maryssa St. Fort | mstfort@mhs.net | 954-276-0867
Gretchen Haddad | ghaddad@mhs.net | 954-276-0831

HandsOn Broward | Children's Services Council of Broward County
954-233-1295

The Children’s Services Council supports HandsOn Broward as a critical component in Broward’s human services system of care and infrastructure. HandsOn Broward provides year-round volunteer recruitment that bridges individuals and groups to meaningful service opportunities at over 600 nonprofit organizations throughout our community. As a CSC agency capacity building partner, HandsOn supports nonprofit agencies in the search and recruitment of volunteers to enhance service provision.

Primary POC: Dale Mandell |dale@handsonbroward.org

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