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 or are interested in joining any of the following, please contact us. Membership is open to relevant audiences and determined by the Children's Bureau.