Sponsored by National Quality Improvement Center for
Collaborative Community Court Teams, a program of the
Center for Children and Family Futures
This webinar will share key lessons and outcomes from the National Quality Improvement Center for Collaborative Community Court Teams’ (QIC-CCCT) engagement with 14 demonstration sites. Over the last three years, QIC-CCCT demonstration sites worked intensively to design, implement, and test approaches to support infants with prenatal substance exposure and their parents or caregivers affected by substance use disorders. This webinar will feature the results of this work, including the role of collaborative court teams in implementing Plans of Safe Care, supporting mothers and families during pregnancy, preventing family separation, and improving cross-system collaboration in their communities. Presenters will provide an overview of the cross-site evaluation approach and share evaluation findings and key program outcomes.
- Describe the strategies and lessons of the QIC-CCCT, including the role of collaborative community court teams in implementing Plans of Safe Care and a coordinated and family-centered approach to improve early engagement and outcomes for infants, young children and families affected by substance use disorders.
- Understanding judges’ and collaborative court teams’ role in implementing early intervention strategies for infants and parents affected by prenatal substance exposure.
Identify key outcomes for infants and families affected by prenatal substance exposure.