National Quality Improvement Center  for Collaborative Community Court Teams

Funded By: Administration on Children, Youth and Families – Children’s Bureau

The National Quality Improvement Center for Collaborative Community Court Teams (QIC-CCCT) served as a national initiative to assist infants and families affected by substance use disorders (SUDs) and prenatal substance exposure. The Children’s Bureau funded the initiative, which was operated by the Center for Children and Family Futures (CCFF) and its partners—the National Center for State Courts (NCSC),Advocates for Human Potential (AHP), the Tribal Law and Policy Institute, and the American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law. Click here for more information about the QIC-CCCT and its partners.

 

CCCTs worked alongside a Change Team that included senior-level Change Leaders with experience in court-centered community collaborative practice, and an Evaluation Liaison to help demonstration sites build or expand performance monitoring and program evaluation capacity. Demonstration sites also had access to a subject matter expert consultant pool.

GOALS

The QIC-CCCT provided training and technical assistance (TTA) to 14 demonstration sites to achieve the program’s goals:

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