• October 2010
  • Vol. 11, No. 8

Spotlight on Implementation

This month, CBX spotlights implementation and includes write-ups of the five regional Child Welfare Implementation Centers funded by the Children's Bureau in October 2008. CBX also includes an article on how West Virginia worked with its regional IC and other partners, as well as links to background information and resources on implementation.

  • West Virginia Implements Integrated Safety System
    West Virginia's Bureau for Children and Families (BCF) is implementing a new child protective services (CPS) model that makes child safety the primary consideration in child welfare...
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  • The Atlantic Coast Child Welfare Implementation Center
    The Atlantic Coast Child Welfare Implementation Center (ACCWIC) partners with State and Tribal child welfare agencies in ACF Regions III and IV, serving 13 States, the District of Columbia, and 6...
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  • The Midwest Child Welfare Implementation Center
    The Midwest Child Welfare Implementation Center (MCWIC) is part of the Center on Children, Families and the Law (CCFL) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. CCFL is a multidisciplinary center...
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  • The Mountains and Plains Child Welfare Implementation Center
    With a service area that cuts through the middle of the country, the Mountains and Plains Child Welfare Implementation Center (MPCWIC) supports State and Tribal child welfare agencies in Regions...
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  • The Northeast and Caribbean Child Welfare Implementation Center
    The mission of the Northeast and Caribbean Implementation Center (NCIC) is to facilitate communication and networking across public child welfare systems, to offer guidance and tools identifying...
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  • The Western and Pacific Child Welfare Implementation Center
    The Western and Pacific Child Welfare Implementation Center (WPIC) partners with States, Tribes, and territories in transforming child welfare systems to improve the services delivered to...
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  • The National Implementation Research Network
    The National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, offers information on implementation and its constructs, especially as it relates to social...
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  • Defining Implementation
    A special issue of last year's Research on Social Practice, Vol. 19(5), focused on the implementation of evidence-based practice in human services fields. Two articles in particular provide...
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