LBIC is prepared to facilitate the development of new programs (i.e., child placement agencies, group care, adoption services, specialized programs, etc.). Our consultants will work with your agency to develop the program design, services, policies/procedures, board of directors, etc.
Development of Written Materials:
LBIC has developed multiple documents (i.e. national guidelines, position statements, state service delivery human trafficking plan, issue briefs, articles, newsletters, policies and procedures, etc.) for a variety of organizations (i.e. Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA), state governments, national organizations, non- and for-profit agencies, etc.) and are well experienced to manage and develop almost any writing project.
LBIC has several consultants that have successfully written multiple grants. Please do not hesitate to contact us with your grant writing needs.
Positive Behavior Intervention & Support (PBIS)
LBIC provides both public and alternative schools with professional consultation focused on developing a school-wide plan for implementing Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS).
Diversity & Cultural/Linguistic Competence:
LBIC offers consultation to support agencies’ cultural shifts towards becoming diverse and culturally/linguistically competent organizations.
Reduce the Use of Restraint and Seclusion:
LBIC will work with your board, executive leadership and staff to design an approach to reduce your agency’s reliance on emergency physical intervention.
Residential & Group Care:
LBIC consultants have conducted numerous consultation projects (i.e. program assessment/auditing, board & leadership development, work studies, development of service delivery system, behavior management, treatment approaches, working effectively with families, team building, etc.) for congregate care agencies. LBIC is prepared to address any unique need that your agency has related to residential and group care.
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