Core Service Intervention

Safety Organized Practice/Core Practice Model

The Core Practice Model (CPM) is a framework for integrated practice in child welfare and mental health agencies, service providers and community/tribal partners working with youth and families. Safety Organized Practice (SOP) is a collaborative practice model, meeting CPM framework guidelines. The SOP/CPM model incorporates Cultural Awareness, Trauma-Informed Lens, and Focus on Trauma philosophies throughout its practices.

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The State’s Wraparound model will involve a family-centered, strengths-based, needs-driven planning process for creating individualized services and supports for the youth and family. Specific elements of the Wraparound model will include case teaming, family and youth engagement, individualized strength-based case planning, and transition planning.

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California Department of Social Services
744 P Street, MS8-11-86
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 651-6600

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