2018 Conference
April 30 – May 2, 2018
The Westin Westminster
Denver, CO

Wednesday Morning Breakout Sessions

May 2     10:15 – 11:45 a.m.

W1-A: AN EMPIRICALLY-SUPPORTED APPROACH TO STATEWIDE IMPLEMENTATION OF BLUEPRINTS PROGRAMS

Dan Edwards, Evidence-Based Associates; Michael Robbins, FFT LLC; Kevin Freeman, Grace Harbour Behavioral Health
Program Area: Implementation
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W2-A: PANEL - A NEW YORK CITY COLLABORATIVE: GOVERNMENT, CHILD WELFARE AGENCIES AND ADVOCATES WORKING TOGETHER TO IMPLEMENT, ADVANCE AND SUSTAIN EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IN NYC

Sophine Charles, Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies; Ronald Richter, Jewish Child Care Center, Jacqueline Martin, NYC Administration for Children's Services Program Area: Policy Strategies and Effective Leadership
Program Area: Policy Strategies & Effective Leadership
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W3-A: SUPPORTING EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION THROUGH PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF AN IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK: THE WHY AND THE HOW

Sara van Driel and Courtney Towne, Triple P America, Inc
Program Area: Program Implementation
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W4-A: POSITIVE FAMILY SUPPORT: A SCHOOL-BASED INTERVENTION TO INCREASE FAMILY ENGAGEMENT

Marianne Fillhouer, Arizona State University - REACH Institute
Program Area: Blueprints Promising Program
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W5-A: MOVING FROM RESEARCH TO APPLICATION: PRACTICAL TOOLS, RESOURCES, AND STRATEGIES FOR QUALITY IMPLEMENTATION

Jill Schulte and Jennifer Smith, Penn State University
Program Area: Implementation
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W6-A: IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAM FOR AGGRESSIVE CHILDREN: DISSEMINATION AND VARIATIONS IN RESPONSE

John Lochman and Shane Jones, The University of Alabama
Program Area: Program Implementation
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W7-A: COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIC FINANCING FOR EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE EVIDENCE2SUCCESS INITIATIVE

Margaret Flynn-Khan, Mainspring Consulting; Dirk Butler, The Annie E. Casey Foundation; Rebecca Boxx, Providence Children and Youth Cabinet
Program Area: Finance / Sustainability
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W8-A: AN INTRODUCTION TO MULTISYSTEMIC THERAPY FOR YOUTHS WITH PROBLEM SEXUAL BEHAVIORS

Charles Borduin, University of Missouri; Richard Munschy, MST Associates
Program Area: Blueprints Model Program
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W9-A: PATHWAYS TO GRADE-LEVEL READING INITIATIVE – A COLLABORATIVE PROCESS FOR CHAMPIONING YOUNG CHILD AND FAMILY SUCCESS, SUPPORTED BY THE RESEARCH ON WHAT WORKS

Keller Anne Ruble and Janice Gruendel, Institute for Child Success; Mandy Ableidinger, North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation
Program Area: Policy Strategies & Effective Leadership
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W10-A: TWO APPROACHES TO BUILDING FUNDING AND PROVIDER SUPPORT IN SCALING A PROMISING PRACTICE FOR TRANSITION-AGE YOUTH WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND GROWTH OF EVIDENCE-BASED MODELS

Katja Russell and Tim Goldsmith, Youth Villages
Program Area: Blueprints Promising Programs
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W11-A: BUILDING A COLLECTIVE VOICE: BRINGING QUALITY PROVIDERS TOGETHER TO INFLUENCE EBP FUNDING

Jennifer Martin, Liberty Resources, Inc.; Nellie Reyes, Texas Juvenile Justice Providers Association
Program Area: Finance/Sustainability
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