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CORE PRACTICE MODEL OVERVIEW An evolution of our current practice the Core Practice Model Prioritizes Child Safety while emphasizing strengths over deficits underlying needs over behaviors and empowerment over helplessness. For social workers and other staff the Core Practice Model helps Build Trust with children and families and enables stronger teamwork. For children and families it creates the Opportunity to be Heard and Empowered that is grounded in strong community support. If implemented with fidelity this approach is designed to improve child safety and permanency and provide Hope for Healing and Recovery. 4