Using self-evaluation teams to collect, analyze, and interpret hard data about child and family outcomes to find out where we are making progress and to determine where we need to make changes in policy and practice.

Annie E. Casey Foundation Family to Family Tools and Resources

CWS/CMS (UC Berkeley) Reports for California-Child and Family Services Review (C-CFSR) (AB636) Data

Family to Family Key Elements of Self Evaluation

Data are your Friends, by Barbara Needell

Self Evaluation 101, by Barbara Needell

Information is Powerful! The Community Partnerships for Protecting Children's Fall 2003 issue of SafeKeeping highlights the importance of information to keep children safe and strengthen child welfare services for children, youth, and families by building partnerships.

County Examples

Fresno County Family to Family Self Evaluation Power Point 2004

Fresno County CSI Data Report January 12, 2005

Fresno County CSI Data Report January 26, 2005

Fresno County CSI Data Report February 16, 2005

Web link to Fresno County Self Evaluation

Goal Post by Macomb County

Orange County: Three Data Reports Guiding Practice June, 2005

Orange County: At A Glance Quarterly CWS Outcomes September, 2005

San Luis Obispo County: Snapshot of Children in Care November, 2005