The Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative: Capacity Building Services

Understand the principles underlying service provisioning for the Collaborative, in addition to goals, audiences, objectives, and examples.

Publication year: 2015
Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative


Presents the principles underlying service provision for the Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative: that services are collaborative, continuously improving, culturally responsive, data informed, innovative, outcome focused, and proactive. The Collaborative supports coordination, leverages resources, and integrates the three service areas of universal, constituency, and tailored. The brief, one in a series of four, also summarizes the goals, audiences, objectives, and examples of activities for each of the three service areas.

Suggested Citation

Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative. (2015). The Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative: Capacity building services. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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