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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Proof Nashua DCYF IS the Worst in the State! NH Statewide Assessment

Now Will Anyone Listen?????


State of New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Division for Children, Youth and Families Child and Family Services Review Statewide Assessment July 2010

Proof Nashua DCYF IS the Worst in the State!

http://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dcyf/documents/childfamilyservicesreport112010.pdf


http://fosteringcourtimprovement.org/CFSR/CFSR2Reports/NH/Statewideassessment2ndRoundCFSR.pdf



http://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dcyf/documents/childfamilyservicesreport112010.pdf


Federal CFSR:
http://basis.caliber.com/cwig/ws/cwmd/docs/cb_web/Blob/945.pdf?w=NATIVE%28%27DT+ph+is+%27%27CFSR+Final+Report%27%27+and+STATE+%3D+%27%27New+Hampshire%27%27+and+RPERIOD+%3D+%27%271st++Round+CFSR%27%27%2C%27%272nd++Round+CFSR%27%27+and+DOC_AVAILABILITY+%5E%3D+%27%27Not+publicly+available+on+the+Children%27%27%27%27s+Bureau+website%27%27%27%29&m=2


Nashua rates low and lowest in these area's:

Item 3: Services to family to protect children in the home and prevent removal or re-entry into Page 74
foster care
Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rated 83.3-One of the lowest in State



Item 4: Risk assessment and safety management Page 79
Percent Rated as a Strength- NASHUA Rated 66.7 One of two lowest in State


Item 6: Stability of foster care placement Page 100
Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rated 77.8 One of the lowest in State


Item 7: Permanency goal for child Page 104
Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rated 44.4 Lowest in State


Item 8: Reunification, guardianship, or permanent placement with relatives Page 109
Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rated 66.7 Lowest in State


The Nashua District Office continues to display inconsistent reunification practices. Extensive office
reviews have identified training and practice issues that are being addressed relative to achieving more
consistent approaches. Nashua has a history of being more compliance focused than other offices and this
is being included in their ongoing practice improvement initiatives, as it is not consistent with the
performance in other offices

Item 9: Adoption How effective is the agency in achieving timely adoption when that is
appropriate for the child?Page 114
Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rated 25 Lowest in State

As a result of the previously mentioned initiatives the number of adoptions in New Hampshire has
steadily increased. There has also been an increase in adoptions of children age 12 or older from 17% in
2007 to 22 % in FFY 2009. Last year 16 children were featured on the "waiting children‖ DVD initiative
and of those, 12 were placed or matched in permanent homes

Item 11: Proximity of out of home placement Page 123
Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rated 88.9 One of two Lowest in State


Item 12: Placement with siblings Page 125
Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rated 75 Lowest in State

Item 13: Visiting with parents and siblings in foster care Page 129
Percent Rated as a Strength- NASHUA Rated 55.6 One of three lowest in the State


Item 14: Preserving connections Page 131
Percent Rated as a Strength- NASHUA Rated 55.6 Lowest in the State


Item 15: Relative placement Page 135
Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rated 33.3 Lowest in the State


Item 16: Relationship of child in care with parents Page 139
Percent Rated as a Strength- NASHUA RATED 55.6 One of two lowest in the State


Item 17: Needs and services of child, parents, foster parents. How effective is the agency in
assessing the needs of children, parents, and foster parents, and in providing needed services to
children in foster care, to their parents and foster parents, and to children and families receiving
in-home services?
Pages 145-147
Data Considerations
Item 17: Needs and services of child, parents, foster parents Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rating 33.3 Lowest in the State


The Case Practice Review data below identifies inconsistency in New Hampshire‘s rating of this item.
Item 18: Child and family involvement in case planning Page 151
Percent Rated as a Strength- NASHUA Rating 50-one of four lowest in State


Item 20: Worker visits with parents Page 159
Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rating 50-One of lowest in State


Item 23: Mental/behavioral health of the child Page 167
Percent Rated as a Strength - NASHUA Rating 63.6 Lowest in State

4 comments:

  1. I am behind you in support of getting Austen back. New Hampshire DCYF is demonic

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    1. Thank you for your support. And yes, NH DCYF is demonic. Satan's Spawn!

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  2. You think that's demonic????? This is going on all over the United States. What makes it even more demonic is that children are being given psychiatric drugs at an alarming rate.

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    1. I know. Just look at the above picture of my grandson, drugged out of his mind!

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