Briefing paper: Exploring the role of Communities for Children (CfC) Facilitating Partners Impact on Service Delivery and Collaborative Partnerships 2019

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Abstract

The project
Dr Yvonne Parry of Flinders University and her team were commissioned by five Communities for Children Facilitating Partners to evaluate the impact of a number of reforms that they believed had changed their interactions with their Communities for Children service providers, specifically the introduction of Facilitating Partner process engagement changes in 2014.
Project participants
•Communities for Children Facilitating Partners:
-Salvation Army Salisbury
-Anglican Community Care Inc, Murray Bridge
-UnitingCare Wesley Country SA Inc in Port Pirie
-AnglicareSA Ltd Hindmarsh
-Uniting Communities Port Adelaide
Aims of the project
•To evaluate the effectiveness of and the determinants of success for Communities for Children Facilitating Partner collaborations across South Australia.
•To evaluate the impact of changes such as ‘evidence-based’ practice requirements on service provision across South Australia.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherFlinders University, College of Nursing & Health Sciences,
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jan 2019

Bibliographical note

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Keywords

  • Child Mental Health
  • Communities for Children programs
  • Community Children's Services
  • Child health

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