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National Resource Center on Child Maltreatment

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The National Resource Center on Child Maltreatment (NRCCM) is a service of the Children's Bureau and a key member of the Technical Assistance and Consultation network for the Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSRs). A collaborative effort between the Child Welfare Institute based in Duluth, Georgia, and Action for Child Protection based in Aurora, Colorado, the NRCCM helps States, Tribes, and local child protective services (CPS) agencies build their capacity to assess and respond to children and families. Its objectives are to: Identify, develop, and promote the application of practice strategies and models. Identify and facilitate essential connections for a coordinated and integrated response to child maltreatment. Bolster the capabilities of managers, supervisors, and caseworkers by providing direct consultation, technical assistance, and training.


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Barry Salovitz
2494 South Sedalia Circle

Aurora, CO 80013
Phone: (518) 767-0182 (303) 369-8008
Fax: (303) 369-8009

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