From April 2018 to December 2020 Quality Improvement Center for Collaborative Community Court Team (QIC-CCCT) staff and consultants worked intensively with 14 sites to design, implement, and test approaches to support infants, parents, and caregivers affected by prenatal substance exposure. The two briefs highlight the efforts of these collaborative court teams to enhance and expand their capacity to support and improve safety, permanency, well-being, and recovery outcomes for infants, families, and caregivers—while accomplishing the goals of the QIC-CCCT.
The Program Summary Brief focuses on implementation strategies, accomplishments, and lessons. The Evaluation Summary Brief highlights quantitative cross-site evaluation findings.
Both briefs help collaborative partners improve systems and services for infants and parents affected by prenatal substance exposure. For more information about the initiative, and to access other QIC-CCCT resources, please visit our website.