Foster Care Training: California’s Integrated Core Practice Model for Children and Youth – Sacramento
Interagency Training


Course Summary:

This 7.0-hour in-person cross-system training is intended to provide attendees with background, history, and practice-level content about California’s Integrated Core Practice Model (ICPM) as it relates to the installation of both effective child and family practices, and to support interagency System of Care implementation under AB 2083.

Within that System of Care partnership, a multi-agency guide, containing the essential principles and values for all staff from all child and family service agencies who seek to serve young people and their families, is the cornerstone of implementation. This learning experience orients attendees to the essential values, principles, and practice behaviors of a System of Care for children and youth and why it has been chosen by the state as the county-level structure for integrated services.

Attendees further will explore the evidenced-based elements of the ICPM and will have awareness about how the practice model can be used to improve service delivery and support a trauma-informed partnership.


Richard Knecht, Founder and Managing Partner at the Integrated Human Services Group

Rob Doty, CPOC Consultant/Retired Juvenile Division Director from Santa Cruz County Probation Department

Targeted Audience: Deputy Probation Officers, Supervisors, Department Analysts, Child Welfare, Children’s Behavioral Health, and other System Partners. 

Location: Sacramento, CA

Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm 

No cost to attend this training. 

STC certification: 02501430 (7 STC Hours) 

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