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The Capacity Building Center for Tribes (Center for Tribes) is a federally funded resources for Tribal child welfare programs.
The Center for Tribes supports American Indian and Alaska Native child welfare programs that receive Title IV-B or IV-E funding.
Capacity Building Center for Tribes staff work collaboratively across our four partnership agencies, the Tribal Law and Policy Institute, Butler Institute for Children and Families, University of Southern Maine, and Westat.
Visit the Tribal Information Exchange (TIE), an information and resource sharing service focused exclusively on Tribal child welfare.
Improving child safety, permanency, and well-being outcomes for families by ensuring that courts work in partnership with child welfare agencies to best serve children and families.
The Center for Courts services include consultation, peer networking, distance learning, product development, and dissemination.
States Liaisons - If you are interested in our services, please contact the State Liaison in your region.
Sessions at the Child Welfare Virtual Expo feature national experts, child welfare agency staff and partners, family leaders, and youth in engaging presentations.
The Children's Bureau, within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, funds the Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative on the Child Welfare Information Gateway website.