Spring 2012 Innovative Practice Award Winners

The Innovative Practices Award is presented to COA accredited and in-process organizations that demonstrate the effective application of new and forward-looking practices to improve service delivery.

The award provides an opportunity for organizations to share and be acknowledged for successfully and uniquely meeting the needs of a population and/or implementing distinctive methods for improving organizational capacity.

HeartShare’s Management Training Program

HeartShare designed an 18-month comprehensive Management Training Program (MTP) comprised of three tracks: Supervision and Management, Communication and Leadership. The overall goal is to improve staff satisfaction and retention by improving the skills of supervisors. Program evaluation results indicate MTP met the objectives and is progressing toward the overall goal.

Gateways: Combating Sexual Exploitation

Trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) has been a longstanding unaddressed problem in the United States.  After nearly a decade of advocacy, JCCA was finally funded to open Gateways, an innovative residential treatment program for girls (ages 12-16) who are CSEC victims.  JCCA is one of the oldest and largest non-sectarian child and family services agencies in the nation, delivering quality services to over 16,000 children and family members annually in the greater New York City region.

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WHO IS ACCREDITED?

Private Organization Accreditation

Lutheran Social Services of New England is a high-performing nonprofit organization. LSS is a powerful difference maker and go-to resource, driving ourselves to constantly anticipate futures that are different from the past. For 140 years, LSS has been caring for people in need in New England.
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VOLUNTEER TESTIMONIAL

Rochelle Haimes, ACSW

Volunteer Roles: Commissioner; Peer Reviewer; Standards Panel Member; Team Leader

Rochelle is a Consultant working with a variety of private organizations to become accredited. Her primary area of expertise is in facilitating the development of PQI systems and activities. Her previous experience with both small and large organizations is the cornerstone for her long-standing volunteer activities as a Peer reviewer and as a Team Leader.
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