In the last decade, we have concentrated our efforts on the Capacity Building Center for Courts (CBCC) project. This project began through the Children’s Bureau under the direction of the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Center of Courts, and Center for Tribes. We have assisted our clients by providing capacity-building services to state court improvement programs, so they are able to meet federal standards and requirements. Child welfare courts are responsible for making decisions that change the lives of children and families. Judges in this field tackle some of the most high-impact legal issues imaginable. Through this capacity-building work, we elevate legal and judicial practice to create better outcomes for children and families. Our work improves child welfare practice administration and achieves safety permanency. Above all, we are proud to improve the well-being outcomes for children, youth, and families. In addition, our deep knowledge allows us to apply tailored best practices to our client’s solutions and formulate lasting results.
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Child welfare agencies are looking for new strategies to do proactive searches, enhance engagement, expedite licensing, and provide ongoing support to ensure that children are placed with a relative or resource caregiver who has a previous connection to them and the ability to accommodate foster children.
Child welfare system assessments follow distinct protocols, but approach can be customizable. A scope of work can be designed to help the agency understand the causes and results that led to an assessment, along with recommendations using implementation-science principles and can provide guidance on program improvements.
Legislation passed in the aftermath of the death of a child in the North Carolina Child Welfare system motivated State and county leaders to collaborate on ways to improve service delivery across multiple programs. Public Knowledge® was selected as an independent, third-party to help North Carolina achieve their goal.
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