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Engaging Families in Service Improvement and System Reform
Engaging families as key stakeholders for child welfare service improvement and system reform is critical for enhancing the safety, permanency, and well-being of children. Empowering families to take leadership roles and contribute to program planning is key to ensuring that child welfare system reform efforts will ultimately improve outcomes for the children and families being served. This section provides information on engaging families and communities in systems change and strategies for promoting shared leadership.