This brief summarizes the accomplishments, key findings, and conclusions that emerged from three In-Depth Technical Assistance-Infants with Prenatal Substance Exposure sites: Delaware, Minnesota, and New York. Engagement with the state teams between 2016-2018 focused on developing policies and protocols to successfully implement the CAPTA requirements, especially those that pertain to hospital notifications to Child Protective Services, Plans of Safe Care, and data collection and reporting. The brief presents lessons generated over the course of their engagement with IDTA-IPSE related to partnerships and collaboration as well as to practices and policies that affect outcomes for infants and families.

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