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NCAP Outreach Letter Focuses on How Our People, Services Aim to Create a `Success Model’ for All Chi

Updated: Nov 17, 2020

Dear Colleague: I am writing today to tell you about a relatively new nonprofit organization that you may not know much about yet, though you may well recognize the names of our team members and Senior Research Fellows, as they include some of the most accomplished thought leaders, researchers, trainers, speakers, educators, organizational and communications specialists, and policy experts in the field of child welfare.

Together, we have formed the National Center on Adoption and Permanency (NCAP) because we believe deeply that the time has come to make fundamental, systemic, long-term changes to benefit the children and families we all serve – and we truly believe that, together, we can make that goal a reality.

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