"2022: Critical Intervention Mapping and Action Planning Workshop Report"(PDF)

In July 2022, the CCFN hosted a 2 day Critical Intervention Mapping and Action Planning Workshop (CIMs) facilitated by Policy Research Associates (PRA).

The workshop aimed to support:

  • Development of a localized map of how youth needs are identified across child-serving systems, how youth and families connect to services, and which and to what extend programs are currently available in the community to address those needs; 
  • Identification of local strengths and resources, and gaps and opportunities; 
  • Development of an action plan to address priority areas for change.  

 Stakeholders representing schools, law enforcement, probation, courts, behavioral health service providers and funders, family members, and Calvert County based agencies were represented during the workshop.

"2020 Needs Assessment: Calvert County Results for Child Well-Being"(PDF)                                                                                                                                 This current needs assessment prepared by the Calvert County Family network is the foundation for developing the FY22-FY25 strategic plan. Maryland’s Children’s Cabinet focuses on eight key result areas to improve the condition of well-being for children, families and communities in the state of Maryland. Using the Results Based Accountability (RBA) format, this needs assessment looks at these result areas on a county level, examining trend data to look for disparities across sub-groups and in comparison to other counties.

"FY 2016 Needs Assessment: Calvert County Results for Child Well-Being" (PDF)
This past needs assessment for Calvert County which provided the foundation for developing/updating the FY16-FY20 strategic plan.

"Needs Assessment of the Governor’s Strategic Goal Areas" (PDF)
This needs assessment, prepared by Impaq International, was completed on June 3, 2016. It is an analysis of data that relates to Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s four specific strategic goal areas: 1) disconnected youth; 2) children and families impacted by incarceration; 3) hunger; and 4) youth homelessness.

"The Community Plan for Child, Youth & Family Well-Being" (PDF)
The Community Plan was completed in June 2017. The plan is informed by the 2016 Needs Assessment and identifies strategies to: Reduce the Number of Disconnected Youth (aged 16-24 not working & not in school); Reduce the impact of Parental Incarceration on Children, Families and Communities and Increase the Availability of At Home Mental Health Services for High Risk Parents.