About IAFT® Partner Agencies

Rapid Resource for Families is the developer of IAFT and oversees thirteen partner agencies certified to provide treatment to more than 150 children and teenagers. Each partner agency has successfully demonstrated that they have the resources and abilities to meet the established requirements to be a certified IAFT® service provider. To help our partner agencies achieve excellence in IAFT® delivery, RRFF provides the following ongoing services:

  • Consultation with the provider agency’s staff concerning the needs of the family seeking treatment
  • Recommendation of IAFT to MCOs on behalf of families requiring special attention and who can benefit from the IAFT® service
  • IAFT® training and education by experts in the field about pertinent topics as needed or requested
  • Quarterly compliance reviews evaluating the agency’s ability to deliver the required elements
  • Outcome data pertinent to children and families

Interested in becoming an agency provider?

Requesting agencies must submit an application and fee of $2,500 to RRFF to begin the approval process. Once the request is received by RRFF, a representative will assess the ability of the agency to deliver the IAFT® service. The RRFF board of directors will make the final decision. The requesting agency will be notified in writing of the board’s decision.

Resources

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ROLES scoring 57.48 KB08-05-202008-05-2020 DownloadPreview
Making a Referral with Rapid Resource for Families_AUG2017 pdf 1.06 MB08-05-202008-05-2020 DownloadPreview
MHSIP yss family 171.94 KB08-05-202008-05-2020 Download
MHSIP yss child 173.16 KB08-05-202008-05-2020 Download
IAFT Program Description ver2019 286.29 KB08-05-202008-05-2020 DownloadPreview
IAFT CHECKLIST ver2019 154.79 KB08-05-202008-05-2020 DownloadPreview
Finding Your ACE Score 16.07 KB08-05-202008-05-2020 DownloadPreview
EPSDT Form 2019 219.98 KB08-05-202008-05-2020 DownloadPreview
Daily Behavior checklist 133.38 KB08-05-202008-05-2020 Download
Daily Behavioral Log Worksheet 221.28 KB08-05-202008-05-2020 DownloadPreview

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State Practices in Treatment/Therapeutic Foster Care

April 2018, Prepared by Julie Seibert, Rose Feinberg, Asha Ayub, Amy Helburn and Deborah Gibbs, RTI International

ACEs in Foster Care

Supporting communities to accelerate the use of ACEs science to solve our most intractable problems.
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Annie E. Casey Foundation

The Annie E. Casey Foundation is devoted to developing a brighter future for millions of children at risk of poor educational, economic, social, and health outcomes. This is done through advancing research and solutions to overcome the barriers to success, help communities demonstrate what works and influence decision-makers to invest in strategies based on solid evidence.
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Benchmarks

Benchmarks is a non-profit association of provider agencies advocating for quality and accountability among human service providers so that North Carolina’s children, adults and families can realize their full potential, contribute to their communities and live healthy lives.  Benchmarks provides foster-to-adopt work groups and event.
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Child Welfare Gateway Information Gateway 

Child Welfare Information Gateway promotes the safety, permanency and well-being of children, youth and families by connecting child welfare, adoption and related professionals as well as the public to information, resources, and tools covering topics on child welfare, child abuse and neglect, out-of-home care, adoption and more.
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Family Focused Treatment Association (FFTA) 

FFTA provides multiple resources to agencies supporting family-based treatment for children and youth, whether that family is a kin family, a foster family, a bio family or an adoptive family.
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The Family and Children’s Resource Program

The Family and Children’s Resource Program (FCRP) helps to improve outcomes for families by providing training, consultation and other resources.
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i2i Center for Integrative Health

Assists systems, agencies and communities to foster collaborative and evidence-based initiatives for improving the quality and efficacy of behavioral health, intellectual and developmental disabilities and substance use care.
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The National Council for Behavioral Health

The National Council for Behavioral Health is the unifying voice of America’s health care organizations that deliver mental health and addiction treatment and services. The site provides resources for evaluating value-based purchasing.
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Value Based Payment Resources 

NC DHHS: Licensure

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National Resource for Diligent Recruitment at AdoptUsKids (NCRCDR)

This site provides resources for treatment parent recruitment.
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SaySo, Inc

SaySo, which stands for STRONG ABLE YOUTH SPEAKING OUT, is a statewide association of youth aged 14 to 24 who are or have been in the out-of-home care system based in North Carolina.
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Evidence-based program practices for IAFT® parent training and supervision models used by IAFT®

Together Facing the Challenge

Pressley Ridge

Collaborative Problem Solving

Teaching Family Model

Treatment Foster Care Oregon Model

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