The National Center was established in October 2013 to implement Partnering for Success, an integrated, sustainable, cross-systems workforce competency model to improve mental health outcomes for child welfare-involved children and youth. Partnering with agencies, the Center aims to build the capacity of public child welfare and mental health frontline workforces, as well as leadership from both systems, to implement trauma-informed, evidence-based practices through specialized learning, clinical and peer consultation, coaching, and organizational support in select jurisdictions.

For more information, 
please contact 

Leslie Rozeff, Director