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Rapid-cycle child welfare solutions

Families and kids can’t wait for change. That’s why we focus on rapid improvements today while you keep building a better tomorrow.

The challenges facing every child welfare leader

Challenge: improving casework equity

“When you’re in the middle of a fire, it’s impossible to design a better building. We help our clients take the temperature down a few degrees, so they can focus more on enabling lasting change.”

— Molly Tierney

Challenge: implementing a new practice model

“Despite a strong vision, we struggled to maintain a dual focus on transforming for tomorrow while ensuring children’s safety today.We also believe we’ve found a solution.”

— Michael A. Becketts, Director – Fairfax County Department of Family Services

Challenge: onboarding caseworkers and supervisors

What we think

Succeeding differently in child welfare

Fairfax County Department of Family Services keep change on track with collaborative change.

NCDHHS: Focusing on family well-being

Susan Gale Perry, North Carolina HHS, discusses the reorganization around health equity and whole-person health.

Collaborative supervision in child welfare

Kara Wente, State of Ohio, explains their state-supervised, county-administered child welfare model.

Blogs

Our leaders

Wendy Henderson

Child Welfare Advisor – North America

Dan Buie

Senior Manager, Health and Human Services, North America