All Children - All Families: Agency Self-Assessment
In order to be added to the list of All Children - All Families participants, agencies must complete the ACAF Agency Self-Assessment. Request your agency's username and password for the online assessment.
The All Children - All Families Agency Self-Assessment allows an organization to understand and document its level of cultural competence in welcoming LGBT-headed families in its current practice. Upon completion, agencies will receive a report outlining how many of the 10 benchmarks of LGBT cultural competence they have met. A member of the ACAF National Advisory Council will also analyze the self-assessment and provide the agency with one hour of individualized technical assistance - including a plan for each agency to improve its practice.
Completing the Assessment
The Agency Self-Assessment is completed online, allowing agencies to complete it at their own pace. Agencies are given a unique username and password for completing the online self-assessment.
- Request Your Agency's Username and Password
- If you already submitted your request and need your agency’s assessment log-in information sent again, e-mail [email protected].
Download All Children - All Families Agency Self-Assessment [PDF]
This PDF is for informational purposes only. Assessments must be completed online in order to be reviewed as part of the All Children - All Families process.
The online assessment includes questions pertaining to the aspects of agency policy and practice listed below and serves as an educational tool, providing links to All Children - All Families resources.
- Governance and Human Resource Management
- Evaluation and Feedback
- Agency Staff Training
- Agency Environment
- Placement, Finalization & Post-Permanency Support