Customized Practice model

As a child welfare leader, you’re all-too familiar with initiative-overload and the complexities that are created with competing priorities. As you engage multiple initiatives, let us help coordinate them all. ReSolutions Together isn’t just about a solid practice model, it’s about working alongside you to integrate the various initiatives in practical ways to fit your unique context. 

 

 

 

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built on best practices…

From prevention through permanency, ReSolutions Together is a child welfare practice model comprised of well-tested tools, proven processes, and sound principles. The model continues to be refined as as we use technology to study the direct application with families and the nuances of successful outcomes. It’s built on best practices and we’re seeking even better!

…practiced over decades

In the early 1990s, Lead Practitioner, Susie Essex along with her colleagues Colin Luger, John Gumbleton, and Jan White, developed the Resolutions approach for working with denied/disputed child protection concerns and stuck cases. Many practice models have been built upon the ideas and tools of the original Resolutions work. Alongside the consulting of Susie, SafeGenerations, our Affiliates, and Practitioners around the world have evolved the model into what it is today.

 Principles, Processes, & Tools

for a Full Spectrum of Service

Foundational principles and 3 relational processes – Connection, Clarity, and Collaboration – guide the practice in every service area. Practice tools for each phase of service enable workers to be the kind of workers they always hoped to be. 

“I’ll emphasize again and again – for me Resolutions is

building relational resilience. That’s the bit I want for

children. They know what the worries are, they know

who to talk to, and they know there’s people who will

take them seriously. Really – for any child – that’s what

you need in life.”

– Susie Essex, BA Hons, CQSW, DSA, DASS

Co-Author of The Resolutions Approach: Working with Denied Child Abuse

 

Key Aspects of the Practice Model

Shared ongoing Assessment

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Involving the children

Active Natural Networks

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Rigorous Safety & Wellbeing Planning

monitoring over time

Sustained Success

Building Relational Resilience

Building Relational Resilience

The growing body of research about trauma show there is incredible significance in 

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Implementation Services and Supporting Technology

L.E.A.D. with Confidence

You want meaningful improvement in your system.

Let us organize & track your implementation so you can focus on the important stuff. Our consulting team works with implementation teams to catalyze change in your system. We’ll provide the best feedback, data, & insights in order to inform the key decisions you need to make. With our support, you will lead with confidence and proven results. 

SafeGenerations

minneapolis, MN & Denver, CO

info@safegenerations.org
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