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National Resource Center for Child Protective Services

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National Resource Center for Child Protective Services
925 #4 Sixth Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
United States
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Phone
(505) 345-2444
Fax
(505) 345-2626
Website
http://www.nrccps.org/resources.html



National Resource Center for Child Protective Services

The National Resource Center for Child Protective Services (NRCCPS) is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families Children’s Bureau and operated by Action for Child Protection, Inc. NRCCPS provides expert consultation, technical assistance and training in the area of child protective services (CPS). The NRCCPS helps to build the capacity of State, local, Tribal and other publicly administered or supported child welfare agencies to achieve safety, permanency, and well-being for children and families.

The specific focus of the National Resource Center for Child Protective Services is to develop and integrate policies and practices that improve the prevention, reporting, assessment and treatment of child abuse and neglect.

How they can help: The NRCCPS can help to build State, local and Tribal capacity through the following key activities:

  • The planning and implementing of systemic changes as defined in the States’ Program Improvement Plan (PIP).
  • The provision of technical assistance and consultation directly on-site as well as through state-of-the-art communication and technology-based methods.
  • The development and delivery of training curricula, guidelines and training materials which address identified needs of State, local, and Tribal agencies and courts.
  • Seeking out and disseminating evidence-based practices which will likely contribute to the achievement of PIP strategies.
  • Providing expertise on family-centered practices including healthy marriage, community collaboration, and individualized services.
  • Providing expertise on substance abuse, domestic violence, and mental health and the impact of these on child maltreatment and on CPS intervention strategies.
  • Providing expertise on the CAPTA, ASFA, and ICWA requirements which must be addressed to meet legislated prevention, reporting, investigation, and treatment requirements.

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