WE STRENGTHEN COMMUNICATION, COLLABORATION AND PROBLEM-SOLVING FOCUSED ON AGENCY PRIORITIES.
Safety+Success Communities focuses on meeting the unique needs of child welfare and their community partners. Our process of continuous quality improvement (CQI) provides you with expertise in assessment, planning, project implementation and evaluation. Our experience comes from working with the diverse populations of New York City, Connecticut, New Mexico and Seattle. We invest our energies in projects of all sizes and scales with the goal of achieving measurable and meaningful outcomes. Our priority is the health and safety of our children and families.
Our specialty is customizing data leadership and CQI training programs for managers with the goal of strengthening an agency’s capacity to set and reach goals.
We provide the expertise to map agency work flow and communities in order to identify challenges and disparities as well as current resources. Let us strengthen your capacity to analyze needs and set priorities.
Our planning process starts with a hypothesis—if an agency does "A", then "B" will happen. We can help prove your hypothesis by identifying a project’s goals, purpose, partnerships, activities and measurable outcomes.
Our work is all about taking data-informed and tech-infused action, moving us from ideas to implementation. We collaborate with clients to ensure that research guides a project step-by-step—supported by the latest technology.
We start with questions, How will a project produce measurable and meaningful change? To whom? And for how long? Our evaluation process brings valuable insights to inform current and future work.
We advise on the use of technology to create more effective tracking, education, communication and evaluation systems. We specialize in the design of learning management systems (LMS) that can house training, data, research and become a virtual education center for staff and communities.
WE FOCUS ON COLLABORATION AND ACHIEVING MEANINGFUL RESULTS.
We have designed learning experiences and resources for Casey Family Programs, NYC Administration for Children's Services, Connecticut Department of Children and Families, New Mexico Department of Children, Youth and Families, South Carolina Department of Education, National Education Association-Health Information Network, Rhode Island Department of Health, Santa Fe Public Schools, State of New Mexico Office of the Attorney General and the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
To learn more about empowering your child welfare workforce and strengthening your process of quality improvement — please contact us.
For more information about our cross-sector work and series of continuous quality improvement programs including Child Welfare Leaders focused on preventing child maltreatment, Resilience Leaders focused on preventing childhood trauma and Longevity Leaders supporting intergenerational families, please visit www.safetyandsuccess.org.