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Making Partnerships Work:

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Our collaboration T/TA services – from stakeholder involvement and community partnerships to the Child and Family Services Review process – helped agencies successfully engage and work with a variety of partners.

Stakeholder Involvement Service Array
Systems of Care Customizable Training Curricula

Stakeholder Involvement in Child Welfare
Enhanced stakeholder involvement in collaborative work to improve outcomes. Helped agencies and Tribes develop strategies to involve stakeholders in organizational systems.

Community Partnerships
Developed and sustained productive community partnerships with a broad range of key stakeholders, making these partnerships a regular part of the agency’s practice.

bullet Developing Community Partnerships in Child Welfare
bullet Community Partnerships for Child Protection

Collaborations with Specific Partners
Provided information and T/TA on collaborating specifically with:

bullet Tribes
bullet Courts/Legal: With the National Child Welfare Resource Center for Legal and Judicial Issues we developed tools for courts and agencies to improve judicial administration and legal representation, particularly in the areas of planning and quality improvement.
bullet County Agencies
bullet Children, Youth and Families Served
bullet Service Providers
bullet Child Welfare Agency Staff
bullet Other Public Agencies and Providers
bullet Community Representatives
bullet Advocacy Organizations
bullet Elected Officials
bullet Media

Service Array
Offered a structured process and a complete set of tools for assessing the service array, compiled and reported the results and developed resource development plans.

Systems of Care
Helped States and Tribes use systems of care models for child welfare to build a continuum of integrated child, youth and family services.

Training Curricula
Built agency capacity by providing customizable training curricula to meet the needs of child welfare agencies..

bullet Community Partnerships and Linkages: Reaching Out to Work Together
bullet CFSR Curriculum: Engaging Community Stakeholders and Building Community Partnerships


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The National Child Welfare Resource Center for Organizational Improvement (NRCOI) is made possible by a grant from the Children's Bureau. The contents of this website are solely the responsibility of the NRCOI and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Children's Bureau, ACYF, ACF, or HHS. The Children's Bureau funds this National Resource Center as part of a network of National Resource Centers established by the Children's Bureau.

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