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DCF’s Contribution to Connecticut ’s RBA Population Results 

To support achievement of the state’s goals for children, the Department has developed a set of performance measures aligned with the CT Kids Report Card RBA population indicators.  Both the CT Kids population indicators and the DCF system and performance measures are shown below. 

 

CT Kids RBA Report Card Results Statement

Connecticut children grow up stable, safe, healthy, and ready to lead successful lives

DCF contribution the CT Results Statement

All children served by DCF grow up healthy, safe, smart and strong

CT Kids RBA Population Indicators

SAFE

  • Unexpected deaths
  • Substantiated reports of abuse and neglect
  • Emergency room visits for injuries
  • Referrals to juvenile court for delinquency

HEALTHY

  • Low birth weight
  • Childhood obesity
  • Children with health insurance
  • Children with thoughts of suicide

FUTURE SUCCESS

  • Kindergarteners needing substantial support
  • Third graders at or above grade level in reading
  • On-time high school graduation rate
  • Children living in households below the Federal Poverty Line

STABLE

  • Chronic absenteeism
  • Families without at least one parent with a full-time job
  • Families spending more than 30% of income on housing
  • Families without enough money for food

DCF Strategic Plan Outcome Measures

SAFE

  • Child abuse and neglect numbers and rates
  • Re-entry numbers and rates
  • Parental functioning broadly defined
  • Abuse identification by ER medical staff

HEALTHY

  • Age-appropriate development
  • Healthy weight
  • Optimal receipt of health services from prevention through treatment
  • Good mental health

SMART (Future Success)

  • Entry to kindergarten readiness
  • Reading at “goal” in 3rd grade
  • Grade level school performance K-12
  • On-time high school graduation rate
  • Post-secondary training,  education or employment

STRONG  (STABLE)

  • School  attendance
  • Multiple placements or family homelessness
  • Parental substance abuse, domestic violence or mental illness
  • Parental education level
 

 

 

 


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