National Quality Improvement Center for Collaborative Community Court Teams
The QIC-CCCT is now accepting proposals from eligible applicants. Please click here for more information.
The National Quality Improvement Center for Collaborative Community Court Teams (QIC-CCCT) is a national initiative aimed at addressing the needs of infants and families affected by substance use disorders and prenatal substance exposure. The initiative is funded by the Children’s Bureau and operated by the Center for Children and Family Futures and its partners, the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) and Advocated for Human Potential (AHP). Click here for more information about the QIC-CCCT and its partners.
CCCTs will be assigned a Change Team that includes two senior-level Change Leaders who are highly experienced in court-centered community collaborative practice, and an Evaluation Liaison to assist demonstration sites to build or expand performance monitoring capacity. Demonstration sites will also have access to an expert consultant pool.
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The QIC-CCCT will provide training and technical assistance to 15 demonstration sites to: