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QPI Partnership Plan
The purpose of this partnership plan is to confirm our mutual commitment to children and teens through a common understanding of the values, principles, and practices we will uphold in fulfilling our responsibilities to children and teens in the care and custody of the State of Louisiana.

QPI Talking Points
Use the talking points to explain and promote QPI Louisiana in your community.

 

Additional Internet Resources

  • www.qpi4kids.org - Information and resources on multiple aspects of quality parenting and implementation of QPI across states.
  • www.childwelfare.gov - Information on supports to foster and adoptive parents, working with birth families, etc.
  • www.laexceptionallives.org - An interactive website which provides language guide, resource directory and helpline regarding services for children and families in LA.
  • www.child.tcu.edu - Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) focusing on understanding trauma and impact on children.
  • www.nctsn.org - National Child Traumatic Stress Network - information regarding trauma, understanding physical, sexual abuse, understanding birth parent trauma and types of therapy most recommended.
  • www.adoptuskids.org - AdoptUSKids is a project of the US Children's Bureau that provides tools and technical assistance to help child welfare systems connect children in foster care with families.
  • www.dcfs.louisiana.gov - Contact your regional DCFS office for information on local visit coaching and parenting.
  • https://pcal.org/programs/kidline - KIDLINE (1-800-CHILDREN) is an anonymous, toll-free, statewide telephone service offering crisis intervention, support, parenting information and referrals to community resources within the state of Louisiana. KIDLINE is now also available via text at 225-424-1533 or via web chat.
  • www.dhh.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/page/1564 - Families Helping Families provides a network of resources, support, and services to families of individuals with disabilities and contact information for each region.