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  • 1. Child and FamilyWell-Being Framework © September 2010
  • 2. CSSP’s Child and Family Well-being Framework ©– An articulation of our theory of change.– A clear link between what we do and the change we hope to see.– Aligns our work with the results we want to achieve.– A framework for all our work to: • assess how our different bodies of work are consistent with our theory of change. • examine the intersections between bodies of work and the combined effect relative to our theory of change. • identify new work or new ways of working together.
  • 3. The Goal Child, Family & Community Well-Being is defined as an umbrella concept that refers to all aspects of a persons life, including physical health; psychological well-being; social well- being; financial well-being; family relationships; friendships; work; leisure and the like. Child,Family & Population Level Results •The population level end-goal Community condition we want for all children Well-Being and families •Cannot be achieved by any one agency, organization, group or individual; requires collective action •E.g. All Babies are Born Healthy Indicators •Measurable •Powerful •Quantifies progress towards the result •E.g. The rate or percentage of low- weight births
  • 4. What our work influences Protective & Promotive Factors Characteristics or conditions that increase well-being or serve as buffers against risk Building Individual – experience a range adultsOpportunities Protective & with appropriate expectations aboutConnections to economic Promotive child behavioropportunities, effective and Factors Family – parents have knowledge ofresponsive services, and child developmentinformal supports Community – community support for accurate information about childIndividual – school that developmentidentifies and responds tostudent needsFamily – school that helpfamilies be the children’s firstteacherCommunity – highperforming schools Creating Reducing Opportunities Risk Factors Risk Factors Characteristics or conditions that increase the likelihood of an outcome or a set of outcomes (usually negative) Individual - biomedical issues Family – parental conflict Community – violent neighborhoods
  • 5. Capacity That Helps Create and Sustain Access to Opportunity, Decrease Risk Factors, and Increase Protective Factors Community Capacities System Capacities Policy Capacities Use of Data for Learning and  Use of Data for Learning and  Use of Data for Learning and Accountability Accountability Accountability Resident Leadership  Leadership  Leadership An Organized Community  Engaged Management and  Organization Staff The Ability to Develop Powerful  The Ability to Develop Strategies to Improve Results  The Ability to Develop Powerful Strategies to Powerful Strategies to Improve Results Effective Partnerships Improve Results  Effective Partnerships Communications  Effective Partnerships  Communications Policy Advocacy  Communications  Policy Oversight Financing  Policy Support  Financing  Financing
  • 6. Levers for our work …and lenses Race Equity: Race or ethnicity does not act as the Community Ecological most powerful predictor of Systems Change Perspective: The how one fares. This includes Change complex interplay elimination of between policies, practices, attitudes child, family, comm and cultural messages that unity, system and reinforce differential society. outcomes by race or fail to eliminate them. Results-based Social Justice. The fair Analysis: A way of distribution of securing strategic advantages, assets, and change by moving benefits among all members away from a focus on of a society. process towards making better Co-invested Constituents: outcomes the Constituents are authentic primary purpose. partners in the design, delivery and implementation of direct services, policy and systems change. Policy Change
  • 7. Children are Healthy Indicators: CSSP Child, Family & •Percent/Number of Low Weight Births •Percent/Number of Children Receiving Developmental Screening Community during Health Care Visit (5mos – 10yrs) Well-Being Results •Percent/Number of Mothers Receiving Prenatal Care in the First Trimester•Children are healthy •Percent/Number of Overweight and Obese Children•Children enter school ready to Children Enter School Ready to Learn and are Prepared to Succeedlearn and are prepared to succeed Indicators: •Percent/Number of children ready for school at entry •Percent/Number of children read to by their families•Youth are prepared to succeed as •Percent/Number of children aged 3-5 not enrolled in nursery school, preschool, or kindergartenadults •Percent/Number of 4th grade students reading at proficient levels•Children grow up in Youth are Prepared to Succeed as Adults Indicators:safe, supportive and economically •Percent/Number of children scoring proficiently on 8th grade tests •Percent/Number of students who graduate high schoolsuccessful families •Percent/Number of youth aged 16-19 who are not in school and not high school graduates •Rates of births to teens•Communities have the resources •Percent/Number of volunteerism among youthand opportunities families need to •Percent/Number of youth reporting feeling sadness/hopelessness in past 2 weekssucceed •Percent/Number of adults with a post-secondary degree or credential Children Grow up in Safe, Supportive and Economically Successful Families Indicators: Communities Have the Resources and •Rates of child abuse and neglect Opportunities Families Need to Succeed •Rates of substance abuse Indicators: •Percent/Number of children who eat meals together, who have rules•Percent/Number of participation in volunteerism or regarding TV, where parents read to the child, and where there is goodcommunity service parent- child communication•Percent/Number of registered voters that vote •Percent/Number of families with children living in unsafe, unstable or•Percent/Number of persons incarcerated overcrowded housing •Percent/Number of families living above 200% of the poverty threshold
  • 8. CSSP Child and Family Well-Being Results •Children are healthy •Children enter school ready to learn and are prepared to succeed •Youth are prepared to succeed as adults •Children grow up in safe, supportive and economically successful families •Communities have the resources and opportunities families need to succeedCSSP Child, Family and Community Well-Being Framework