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Joint Accountability and Shared Outcomes

Establishing joint accountability and shared outcomes among collaborative partners is recognized as an important approach in building and sustaining collaborative partnerships. Without agreement on shared outcomes, each partner is likely to measure progress from its own perspective, using its own mandated performance measures and definitions of success. Regular review of performance indicators and outcomes will support the successful integration of shared outcomes and accountability among all partners.

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The National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare offers free technical assistance to a various of systems on making policy and practice changes to improve outcomes for families affected by substance use disorders and involvement with child welfare services. To learn more about technical assistance services or if you have a question please email NCSACW at or call toll-free at 1–866–493–2758.

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