The ITCP uses the insight gathered through work with demonstration sites to develop a body of knowledge on the mix of elements that will assist jurisdictions across the country in building the infrastructure capacity needed to ensure that infants, toddlers, and families involved with child welfare have access to high-quality, evidence-based services.
The resources, organized into multiple categories, provide important information in improving safety, permanency, and child and family well-being for infants and toddlers in the child welfare system. The role of the QIC-CT in providing technical assistance will be to facilitate collaborative-centered thinking and encourage peer-to-peer learning as courts and state, county, or tribal child welfare systems, and other community-based agencies increase their capacity to incorporate a strong evidence base into their work.
- Court Practices
- Evidence-Based and Informed Practices
- Safe Babies Court Teams Approach
- State and County Self-Assessment
- Trauma-Informed Child and Family Service Systems
- Equity and Social Justice in Child Welfare
- Family Needs
- Relevant Research
- Cross Sites 2018
- Cross Sites 2017
- Cross Sites 2016
- Cross Sites 2015