Permanency Brochures


CPYP counties and their partners have developed brochures that relate to their permanency efforts. These brochures include general information about permanency, as well as the particular programs offered by the agency. We hope these samples may assist other counties and agencies who are doing similar work. 

 

Everyone Has Family . . .Our Kids Do Too! (Kern County)

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Gives a brief explanation of family finding, and why it is so important, as well as a definition of permanency.

 

 

What Is Permanency? Every child has the right to have a permanent lifelong connection (San Francisco County)

(click to download)

Brief, clear overview of permanency: what it is, agency goals for achieving permanency, permanency options, how youth view lifelong connections.

 

 

Permanency: Making Connections for Youth(San Luis Obispo County)

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Gives a definition of permanency, outlines the Five-Step Model for family finding used by the county, explains what a permanency case manager does, and what a Permanency Team Meeting is for.

 

 

What Is Permanency? Every child has the right to have a permanent life-long connection (Solano County)

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Based on the San Francisco brochure "What Is Permanency?" A brief overview of permanency: what it is, agency goals for achieving permanency, permanency options, how youth view lifelong connections.

 

 

Permanency Team Meetings (Solano County)

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Informational brochure explaining the "who, what, when, and why" of permanency team meetings.

 

 

Permanency: Making Connections for Youth (Solano County)

(click to download)

Gives a definition of permanency, outlines the Five-Step Model for family finding used by the county, and briefly describes a Permanency Team Meeting.

 

 

Keeping in Touch with a Youth in Foster Care (Sonoma County)

(click to download)

Recruitment brochure aimed at relatives and friends of youth in foster care. Describes how to be a lifelong part of a youth's life, and why it is so important.

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