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State Court Improvement Program (Child Protection)

 
Multidisciplinary Task Force

Each state courts that receives funding from the federal Court Improvement Program must form a statewide multidisciplinary task force which includes, State and local courts, the state child welfare agency, and where applicable Indian Tribes. In addition to the mandatory task force members, other suggested members include representatives of: parent’s counsel; children’s attorneys or guardians ad litem; counsel for the state DCF; Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) programs; the mental health/behavioral health treatment provider community; the substance abuse treatment provider community; the State department of education; other relevant State departments or agencies; local school districts and, foster care alumni.

The SCIP Multidisciplinary Task Force meets quarterly. The Task Force provides consultation in developing and implementing strategic plans and monitoring progress toward outcomes to meet the requirements of the program.

For more information about the Task Force, contact SCIP@jud.ct.gov

SCIP Multidisciplinary Task Force Members - (PDF)