Safety Organized Practice includes both practice strategies and concrete tools for “on-the-ground” child welfare workers, supervisors and managers to enhance family participation and foster equitable decision making.
The Glenn County Sheriff’s Office has begun to utilize the Nixle Community Information Service that allows us to send important, valuable community information directly to residents using the latest technology.
In 1997, Wraparound was established in California under Senate Bill (SB) 163 (Chapter 795, Statutes of 1997) which allows California counties to develop the Wraparound Model using State and county Aid to Families with Dependent Children -Foster Care (AFDC-FC) dollars. This legislation permits counties to use the Wraparound funding for planning and services delivery instead of use for placements of children/youth in high-end group homes (Rate Classification Level (RCL) 12-14.) The purpose of the bill is to return children and youth in group home care to their homes and communities or help children at imminent risk of placement in high-end group homes to remain in their homes.