States and territories are constantly striving to manage change, strengthen practice, and improve outcomes for children and families. The Center for States aims to build the capacities of child welfare agencies to undertake change in a systematic and evidence-informed way. Resources and services in this area define "capacity building" and operationalize theories about how to effectively build capacity in complex systems. They offer concrete information, strategies, and tools to support child welfare leaders as they implement and manage change.
- Super Heroes Need Super Powers: The Capacity Building Center for States Helps Public Child Welfare Agencies Realize Theirs (PDF - 1,077 KB) [Infographic]
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