Accepting Applications for Multi-System TTA Program

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Center for Juvenile Justice Reform 
Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy
 March 4, 2016
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CJJR Issues Solicitation for Multi-System Collaboration Training and Technical Assistance Program 

Informational call: March 22, 2016
Application deadline: April 1, 2016


On behalf of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's Center for Coordinated Assistance to States (CCAS), the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (CJJR) at Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy, has issued a Request for Applications (RFA) from jurisdictions seeking to engage in system improvement efforts and improve outcomes for youth involved in multiple systems of care through the Multi-System Collaboration Training and Technical Assistance (MSC-TTA) Program.

The program is designed to support jurisdictions that are interested in developing a sound infrastructure in support of a multi-system approach to serving at-risk youth and their families. CJJR will provide distance learning training and technical assistance at no cost to a cohort of as many as six jurisdictions to help them identify gaps in policy and practice, enhance their information sharing capacities, utilize data to inform policy changes and service delivery, and support culture change through leadership development.

Through this program, jurisdictions will collaborate with CCAS staff and other program participants to develop individualized strategic plans to improve cross-system collaboration and outcomes for at-risk or multi-system youth. Applications are due by April 1, 2016.

CJJR will host an MSC-TTA application informational call on March 22, 2016, from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET. Call 1-866-910-4857, passcode: 863624#.

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“The MSC-TTA has helped our agencies identify areas in our system that need improvement and to develop concrete strategies to make these changes. It has helped us improve the way we communicate, better define our roles, and more effectively coordinate our services. Our preliminary work has laid the groundwork for improved outcomes and services to the Arlington youth and families involved in multiple county systems. Based on our work we expect improvements in family engagement, expansion of diversion services, earlier interventions, and more frequent use of a consolidated service planning for mutual clients.”

Earl Conklin, Director of Arlington Court Services Unit, Virginia | Cohort I
Center for Juvenile Justice Reform
Georgetown University
Box 571444
3300 Whitehaven St. NW, Suite 5000
Washington, DC 20057
Tel: (202) 687-4942
Fax: (202) 687-7656

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Box 571444
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Washington, District of Columbia 20057

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