Survey of Teams

In July 2014, a statewide survey was sent to stakeholders in the juvenile court system, which included judges, Through the Eyes of the Child Initiative team members, early education and child care providers, early childhood mental health and others, to assess the needs related to infants and toddlers in the child welfare system.Respondents were asked to identify their current knowledge and interest about topics such as early childhood development, child care, community based services for infants and toddlers, and evidence based mental health services for infants and toddlers. They were also asked to identify whether community work was already beginning to address these issues, as well as whether they believed there were system barriers that prevented good outcomes in these areas. The survey was completed by 105 stakeholders including 12 judges across Nebraska. Click the charts below to expand.

Early Development Network

I would be interested in my team working on providing access to services.Infants and toddlers have access to services.Other groups in my area are already working on providing services.I have a good understanding of what services are available

Child Care

I have a good understanding of what services are avaialable.Infants and toddlers have access to services.Other groups in my area are already working on providing services.There are system barriers to access to services.

Community Based Services

I would be interested in my team working on providing access to services.Other groups in my area are already working on providing services.There are system barriers to access to services.Infants and toddlers have access to services.I have a good understanding of what services area avilaable.

Evidence Based Mental Health

I have a good understanding of what services are available.I would be interested in my team working on providing access to services.There are system barriers to access to services.Other groups in my area are already working on providing services.Infants and toddlers have access to services.