California Partners for Permanency (CAPP)

Publication Date: September 25, 2015


California Partners for Permanency (CAPP) is establishing new norms in partnering with the community to lift up and address institutional racism and trauma in public child welfare. The CAPP Child and Family Practice Model was inspired and co-created by four counties and their community and Tribal partners to address disparities in outcomes and to support positive permanency outcomes for all children who receive services. Community and Tribal partners are meaningfully involved in implementing and evaluating the Practice Model, playing roles such as cultural coaches, fidelity assessment observers, and key advisers in local practice and system change efforts. CAPP partners are working together to strengthen practice, system supports, and accountability to shared goals and outcomes.

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