A - Comprehensive Community-Based Youth Services (CCBYS) Logic Model

Bureau of Youth Intervention Services (BYIS)
Program Manual FY20 - V. Program Specific Logic Models

A. Comprehensive Community-Based Youth Services (CCBYS) - Logic Model

GOAL: To divert or minimize youth involvement with the child welfare and/or juvenile justice systems.

TARGET: Youth 11-17 years of age at risk of involvement with the child welfare and/or juvenile justice systems.


  • Funding
  • eCornerstone - YASI and Case Plan
  • Technical Assistance and Monitoring
  • Adequate staff training
  • Evaluation
  • Child Welfare Agency License
  • Crisis Telephone Number
  • Community Resource Assessment
  • Criminal Background and CANTS checks on personnel
  • Data entry into eCornerstone (YASI Pre, Full, Case plan, Reassessment)
  • Trauma-Informed Service Providers


  • 24 Hour Crisis Staffing
  • Crisis Call Log
  • Contact with youth
  • Crisis/Safety Screen
  • Individual and Family crisis intervention
  • Develop crisis stabilization plan
  • Conduct Risk Assessment (YASI Pre)
  • Placement Services-Shelter, Foster Care, etc.
  • Conduct Full YASI Assessment
  • Develop Individualized Family Case Plan
  • Conduct a YASI reassessment and/or closing assessment
  • Develop a discharge plan
  • Appropriate referral and response determination
  • Follow-up on case plan referrals


  • 24/7 Crisis intervention services
  • Ensure the safety of youth
  • Implement crisis stabilization plan
  • Placement determination/Placement
  • Implement/Complete Case Plan
  • Provide family stabilization & preservation services
  • Increase dynamic protective factors
  • Reduce dynamic risk factors
  • Implement discharge plan
  • Conduct Follow up
  • Network Development


  • Youth will experience increased safety
  • Increase in Family Reunification
  • Increase in Family Stabilization
  • Decreased reliance on DCFS
  • Youth will receive services to address identified MH and SA issues
  • Youth will have increased Protective factors
  • Youth will have decreased Risk factors
  • Youth will display a decrease in delinquent behavior
  • Youth will be actively enrolled in educational programming (High School, Alternative school etc.)


  • Decrease in Secure Confinement
  • Decrease in DCFS Placements