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National Council On Research In Child Welfare

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The National Council on Research in Child Welfare (NCRCW) was convened in 1992 as a voluntary collective of researchers, administrators, and practitioners dedicated to advancing knowledge and the use of evidence-based practice in the formation of child welfare policy and the delivery of child elfare services. NCRCW works in collaboration with CWLA to generate, synthesize, and share empirically based knowledge to inform policy and improve practice outcomes in behalf of children and families.

 
     

   
 

Proceedings of the Tools That Work Conference, November 12-14, 2003

 
     



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