Oklahoma’s CBFRS program was administered by the Oklahoma State Department of Health and implemented by county health departments.
Implementing Oklahoma’s Community-Based Family Resource and Support (CBFRS) Program
Implementation support is not currently available for the model as reviewed.
Implementation last updated: 2012
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Prerequisites for implementation
The program was staffed by child development specialists under the supervision of master’s-level administrators.
Staff education and experience
The home visitors had a bachelor’s or master’s degree in child development or were attending college and had five years of experience working with children and families. The race and ethnicity of the home visitors mirrored the demographics of the counties in which they worked. The supervisors had at least a master’s degree in child development and a minimum of two years of supervisory experience.
The supervisors provided weekly supervision during which they reviewed the home visitor’s records from each visit to provide feedback and help ensure program fidelity.
No information is available on the ratio of supervisors to home visitors.