This PowerPoint presentation illustrates best practices for a collaborative approach between the child, family, and other support professionals through each step of the reintegration process. See how this model works in real life by following one of our kids, Riya on her journey from an institution to her family home.
Miracle Foundation developed the Expedited Case Management Process in response to the immediate return of children to their families due to COVID-19. This process is equally effective and applicable in any urgent situations including natural disasters or immediate official orders for child reintegration.
Developed by Miracle Foundation, the Home Thrive ScaleTM helps you assess the individual child and family across five well-being domains: Family & Social Relationships, Living Conditions, Household Economy, Education, Health & Mental Health.
This Juvenile Justice Act form contains additions from Miracle Foundation that help in preparation of the child for a healthy and productive future, prioritizing their voice, and including recommendations from all professionals in the child’s life.
Moving into family based care is a process, not an event. It’s a time of change and adjustment, discovery and challenge. Planning and visitation must be part of any move to a new caregiver to minimize trauma and to increase placement success by helping children feel confident about the change.
Knowing one’s history is important to all human beings. Many children in care lack memories of their past and are unable to make sense of who they are or how they ended up in care. LifeBooks can help children understand their past, present, and future.