Peer groups consist of child welfare cohorts from a variety of fields who communicate online and gather at virtual events to share knowledge, tools, strategies, and resources to improve practice and outcomes. Cohorts may include:
- Role-specific professional groups (e.g., state foster care or adoption managers)
- Initiative-based cohorts (e.g., Children’s Justice Act Grantees)
- Topical groups (e.g., Child and Family Services Review, county-administered states)
If you have an idea for a peer group, please contact us at email@example.com.
If you are interested in joining a peer group, click on the green accordion of the group you are interested in joining to learn more about the group’s purpose and membership eligibility criteria. Then, make your request via the form linked in the blue button below.