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CSTAT

 

 

 

C-Stat Summary Reports for the Division of Child Welfare Services

 

 

Child Welfare has 12 measures across three outcome categories: safety, reducing time in care, and permanency and placement stability.  Please see reports below for details on the measures identified by DCW to be tracked on an ongoing basis through the C-STAT process. C-Stat is a performance based analysis strategy that allows the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) to better focus on and improve performance outcomes that enhance people’s lives. By identifying areas of focus, CDHS can determine what is working and what needs improvement. By measuring the impact of day-to-day efforts, CDHS will be able to make more informed, collaborative decisions to align our efforts and resources to affect positive change for the people we serve.
 

 

 

January - June, 2012 

 

 

 

July - September 2012

This report reflects the measures identified by DCW to be tracked on an ongoing basis through the C-Stat process as of September 30, 2012. C-Stat measures, however, remain fluid in nature, as progress is made and data refined. C-Stat will continue to evolve to meet the objective of measuring key performance indicators for DCW.

 

Revised: 11/29/2012

 

Beginning on January 25, 2012, CDHS has held monthly C-Stat meetings with the Office of Children, Youth and Families. The C-Stat meetings are held in a dedicated conference room at the Department’s central office in downtown Denver. The directors of each office responsible for providing direct human services, and their respective division directors, meet monthly with the C-Stat Leadership Team, which is comprised of executive level department staff, including the Executive Director and both Deputy Executive Directors. The Executive Director facilitates the C-Stat meetings, focusing on any of the performance measures and action items.

This report reflects the measures identified by DCW to be tracked on an ongoing basis through the C-Stat process as of January 25, 2012. C-Stat measures, however, remain fluid in nature, as progress is made and data refined. C-Stat will continue to evolve to meet the objective of measuring key performance indicators for DCW.