Meet the Teams

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Twenty-one teams representing state, county and tribal organizations across the country will participate in the Breakthrough Series Collaborative on Safety and Risk Assessments. Each team will embark on a quality improvement process to make small, rapid tests of change focused on safety and risk assessments and decision making. Successful small improvements will be sustained and spread, resulting in transformative, systemic change to improve outcomes for children and families. Throughout their 18-month commitment to the project, teams will be supported by series collaborative staff, faculty and fellow team participants. The selected teams are:

  • California:
    • Fresno County Department of Children and Family Services
    • Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services - Pasadena Office
    • Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services - Pomona Office
    • San Francisco City and County Human Services Agency: Family and Children’s Services
    • Stanislaus County Community Services Agency: Child and Family Services Division
  • Chippewa Cree Tribe
  • Colorado: Larimer County Department of Human Services
  • Florida:
    • Department of Children and Families in Collaboration with Community Based Care of Seminole
    • Department of Children and Families in Collaboration with Kids Central
  • Indiana: Department of Child Services - Lake County
  • Minnesota:
    • Carver County Community Services
    • Olmsted County Child and Family Services
  • Navajo Nation Division of Social Services:
    • Shiprock Region
    • Southwest Region
  • North Carolina:
    • Buncombe County Department of Social Services
    • Catawba County Social Services
  • Oklahoma: Department of Human Services
  • Philadelphia: Department of Human Services
  • Texas: Department of Family and Protective Services: City of El Paso: Department of Human Services
  • Utah: Division of Child and Family Services
  • Wyoming: Uinta County Department of Family Services

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