OCYF sponsored a NYTD Update webinar presented by Hornby Zeller Associates and the Child Welfare Resource Center. This session was mandatory for NYTD Coordinators as well as any staff assisting in NYTD data collection/submission. The presentation includes the following information:
Purpose of NYTD
Baseline, follow-up, served populations
Year-to-year chart showing baseline and follow-up survey periods
FFY 2018 Follow-ups:
FFY 2018 follow-up status
What we need (and have been needing) from counties for FFY 2018 follow-up surveys
What happens if the state does not hit a 60% response rate
FFY 2019 Follow-ups:
A new round of follow-ups start October 1, 2018 (these are 19-year-old follow-ups from 2017 baseline cohort)
What we will need from counties for FFY 2019 and timeframes
IL Service Data:
Ongoing, every period
Timeframes for submitting 2018B service data in early October
Can enter data in GetNYTD or submit Excel file via SeGov
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