Intake/Service Need Assessments

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ACQUIRE Project ACQUIRE Project

Needs Assessment Package for Male Engagement Programming This package is designed for use by individuals, organizations and donors interested in carrying out a needs assessment to identify gaps in male engagement programming related to HIV and AIDS prevention, care, treatment and support in order to develop relevant and effective programs and/or policies for engaging men in HIV and AIDS.

California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare

Measurement Tools for Child Welfare Measurement tools for child welfare consist of both screening tools and assessment tools. The CEBC provides information on screening and assessment tools that may be commonly used by staff in the child welfare system in order to help child welfare agencies evaluate the research supporting each tool.

EMCDDA EMCDDA

CLIENT INTAKE FORM (for Youth) [Based on TCU Prevention Management and Evaluation System (PMES)] It is a structured Interview, to be applied by staff at Intake of clients to Residential treatment programs for youth substance misusers

Functional Assessment Systems Functional Assessment Systems

The JIFF is an empirically-based rapid assessment process that begins with a self-administered computer interview completed by youth or parents/caregivers (there are two versions) and results in an individualized strengths- and goal-based Service Plan. The JIFF Interview assesses whether the youth has any mental health (depression, anxiety, trauma, self-harm, irrational thoughts) and/or substance use issues. In addition, the JIFF inquires about the youth’s day-to-day functioning in school, at home, with peers, and in the community (delinquency). Finally, it asks the youth about his/her family environment and about health-related needs. The JIFF helps you know about the “whole child”. After the interview, the JIFF automatically generates an assessment report, nominates individualized goals, which are linked to local resources, to form a one-page Service Plan. The Service Plan is used to coordinate care with youth & adolescent justice, schools, public health, and mental health and to specify any specialized services that the youth may receive from caseworkers or contractors. If evidence-informed treatments are available, the JIFF helps determine, for example, which children are most in need of trauma-focused treatment or which parents could benefit the most from parent management training.

Michigan State University School of Social Work Michigan State University School of Social Work

Assessments - Anxiety, Stress, and Mood and Feelings and Emotions

Professionals working with children and adolescents need to use intake forms and assessment tools that match the developmental and environmental contexts of the child client. Some examples are provided here for guidance and brainstorming. Materials are readily available online along with instructions for use, most notably for Ecomaps and Genograms. Children, adolescents, and their families generally engage in the process of creating these useful tools so they become basic ways of engagement and assessmen
Sample - Child and Adolescent Intake Form

National Collaboration on Workforce and Disabilities National Collaboration on Workforce and Disabilities

Assessment and Individualized Planning This competency area focuses on the knowledge, skills, and abilities that youth service professionals need to conduct assessments, use assessment results, and develop individualized plans with youth, including youth with disabilities

Northwest Counselling & Evaluation Services Northwest Counselling & Evaluation Services

The YCRA is a clinical and client self-report assessment process in which professionals systematically gather information and make clinical judgments related to six risk areas (risk to self - including risk for suicide or self harm, risk taking and risk for victimization), risk to others (including aggression, sexually inappropriate behavior, and destruction of property), social and adaptive functioning (including developmental disorders, handicaps, cognitive disorganization, and social skills), substance abuse/dependency, family resources, and degree of structure needed (including frequency of out-of-home placements, and need for supervision).

PerformWell PerformWell

Program Intake Form This intake form captures demographic and contact information for new participants. It can be easily completed by each participant upon enrolling in a new program.

Pro-ED Pro-ED

Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale–Second Edition (BERS-2) (11540) The scale can be completed in approximately 10 minutes. Information from the BERS-2 is useful in evaluating children for prereferral services, in placing children for specialized services, and in measuring the outcomes of services. The BERS-2 can identify children's individual behavior and emotional strengths and the areas in which individual strengths need to be developed. Free Webinar Distinguishing Between "The Duluth Model", A Coordinated Community Response (CCR), And A Men's Non-Violence Program - Free Webinar

Together Georgia Together Georgia

Assessment Standards For Adolescents Ages 14-18 The MDT explores options for an adolescent and makes suggestions/recommendations about youth moving from the foster care system into independent living. Adolescent assessments are used as a key component in the development of a transitional living plan. The assessment is strength based and solution oriented. The assessment is designed to be completed in partnership with teens so they can identify areas of strength and challenges as they move toward transition.