Agency Self-Assessments
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Overview

The Justice Center encourages providers and staff who support individuals receiving services to use the tools produced by the agency to self-evaluate program risks and create safer environments.

The Justice Center works in partnership with the Office for People With Developmental Disabilities, the Office of Mental Health, the Office of Children and Family Services, the Office of Addiction Services and Supports, and the State Education Department to create agency self-assessments.  These tools contain checklists to evaluate program areas and assess the level of risk, as well as strategies to mitigate such risk.

Creating Abuse-Free Environments

The self-assessment tool is designed to assist in the creation of your program/facility’s performance improvement projects.  This tool is specifically focused on identifying areas of risk associated with potential abuse and neglect.  Strategies to mitigate those risks are included.

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    Self-Assessment for Abuse Free Environment - OPWDD

    This tool is meant to be helpful to your agency in determining which area to focus on in your performance improvement projects. The Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) and the Justice Center are available to assist in developing or providing resources that would support your program in abuse prevention.

     

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    Self-Assessment for Abuse Free Environment - OMH

    The Self-Assessment Tool is a tool to assist in the creation of your program/facility’s performance improvement projects.  OMH and the Justice Center are available to assist in developing or providing resources that would assist your program/facility in abuse prevention. This tool is for use within your program or facility; it is not meant to be shared with the Justice Center, Office of Mental Health (OMH), or other surveyors.

     

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    Self-Assessment Tool - Office of Children and Family Services

    The Self-Assessment Tool is a tool to assist in the creation of your program/facility’s performance improvement projects.  Office for Children and Family Services and the Justice Center are available to assist in developing or providing resources that would assist your program/facility in abuse prevention. This tool is for use within your program or facility; it is not meant to be shared with the Justice Center, OCFS, or other surveyors. However, this self-assessment tool may be subject to disclosure under applicable federal or state law, including the New York State Freedom of Information Law (FOIL).

     

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    Self-Assessment Tool - Office of Addiction Services and Supports

    The Self-Assessment Tool is a tool to assist in the creation of your program/facility’s performance improvement projects.  OASAS and the Justice Center are available to assist in developing or providing resources that would assist your program/facility in abuse prevention. This tool is for use within your program or facility; it is not meant to be shared with the Justice Center, Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS), or other programs.

     

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    Self-Assessment Tool - State Education Department

    The Self-Assessment Tool is a tool to assist in the creation of your school’s performance improvement projects.  State Education Department (SED) and the Justice Center are available to assist in developing or providing resources that would assist your program/facility in abuse prevention. This tool is for use within your program or facility; it is not meant to be shared with the Justice Center, SED, or other programs.

     

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Leaving Care without Consent

The self-assessment tool is designed to assist in the creation of your program/facility’s performance improvement projects.  This tool is specifically focused on identifying areas of risk associated with individuals receiving serves leaving care without consent.  Strategies to mitigate those risks are included.