This program is designed for State and local agency personnel working in a management capacity with the Family Case Management Program, especially Registered nurses, Nutritionists and Dietitians.

Registration for this course closes one week prior to the training date.
1 day
Class Times
09:00 AM - 04:30 PM

Purpose: To enable the learner to be fluent in the policies and practices for the Family Case Management Program in order to ensure that local service providers have the knowledge and skills required to meet state program standards.

  • Planner: Marlin D. Hollis, BA, MPA

Additional Information

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the location of the Bureau of Maternal\Child Health's location within the Division of Family and Community Services 
  • Describe the various programs with the Bureau 
  • Explain the process for responding to grant opportunities 
  • Identify how to plan a program budget 
  • Discuss the characteristics of the agency contract agreement 
  • Discuss how to implement internal clinical and performance monitoring procedures 
  • Describe the various quality assurance tools available by program 
  • Discuss effective leadership strategies 
  • Identify and understand components of case load:  assigned and achieved 
  • Implement outreach activities available at the local agency level 
  • Implement procedures for fiscal monitoring and reporting
  • Completed various Cornerstone administrative processes including maintenance of employees and providers and reporting

**This course is being offered virtually**

Melissa Harrison, RN; Lisa Jones, RN

Upcoming Events

Sep 04, 2024 - Virtual
Jan 29, 2025 - Virtual
Mar 12, 2025 - Virtual
Jun 25, 2025 - Virtual