This report details significant process enhancements arising from the application of the breakthrough series collaborative to the implementation of differential response in California.
This report presents strategies to influence systems change by enhancing the way information is exchanged across systems and by coordinating resources and advocacy around educational issues.
Report from a BSC on improving how New England public child welfare agencies and their communities assess and make decisions related to child safety and risk
This report describes the outcomes of a project between Casey Family Programs and the Georgetown University Center for Juvenile Justice Reform.
The breakthrough series collaborative methodology shows significant promise for bridging the gaps between best practices and actual practice. This 2005 report on recruitment and retention of foster families illustrates the use of the methodology and describes successful strategies and lessons learned.
Outcomes and lessons learned from an initiative designed to develop, test, and spread practices that address the over-representation of children of color in child welfare.
Testing changes to prevent child abuse and neglect by improving systems for assessing a children's safety and the risk of maltreatment.
This report is intended to be an easy-to-use resource for administrators and practitioners in the child welfare field who desire to learn about the successful strategies Breakthrough Series Collaborative teams developed to support kinship care.
Promising practices for working to reunite children safely with their families after foster care