The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) is inviting applications from child abuse and neglect courts to become new implementation sites within the NCJFCJ Implementation Sites Project.

The NCJFCJ Implementation Sites Project is a three-year project to provide child abuse and neglect courts with training, technical assistance, and support to guide program improvement, sustainability, and performance. As part of their involvement in this project, Implementation Sites are expected to implement meaningful change, evaluate progress, as well as share challenges and successes with other courts across the country.

The NCJFCJ will be selecting four new sites to participate in the Implementation Sites Project. There is no direct funding available to participating sites. However, the four selected sites will receive targeted training, technical assistance, and support from NCJFCJ staff, which will include on-site visits, a trauma assessment, and All-Sites Meetings. More detailed information about the Implementation Sites Project and the application process can be found in the Implementation Sites Project Call for Applications

Applications will be accepted until Friday, September 30, 2016 at 6 p.m. PST.