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Child Welfare Systems Change - NCWWI AB Recommendations.pdf

The NCWWI Advisory Board was charged to “reimagine” the child welfare system by focusing on promoting child and family well-being. Through their deliberations and recommendations, this “re- envisioning” document, Child Welfare Systems Change, was generated to inform ways to build a child welfare system that is family-centered, anti-colonial, and anti-racist. In the three-tiered prevention approach, we encourage the mobilization of community stakeholders to guide child welfare system reforms, especially those with lived experience.