The Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD) is a leader in providing technical assistance through partnerships and collaborations with other organizations with complementary expertise.
Across all of our technical assistance efforts, the Center uses an interdisciplinary approach that is focused on cross-sector capacity building to leverage sustainable policy and systems’ change at the local, state, national and international levels.
Our high-quality technical assistance is focused on improving systems, services, and outcomes for children, youth, adults, and their families, including those with developmental disabilities and behavioral health needs; adolescents and youth in transitional life moments; and communities at large.
The Center’s ongoing community and clinical services, workforce development, and research/evaluation initiatives directly inform our technical assistance and provide the opportunity to translate evidence-based and promising practices directly into practice, policy, and service systems changes.
For more information about our technical assistance capacity contact us at: email@example.com
- Center of Excellence for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation
- A for Early Childhood Systems of Care through National Training and Technical Assistance Center for Child, Youth, and Family Mental Health (NTTAC)
Cultural and Linguistic Competence
- Comprehensive System of Personnel Development
- National Head Start Center on Early Childhood Health and Wellness (NCECHW)
- Federal Home Visiting TA Center: HV ImpACT
Gender and Health
- The Social Norms Exploration Tool (SNET) was developed by the Institute for Reproductive Health at GUCCHD with support from the USAID-funded Passages project, with support from members of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-funded Learning Collaborative to Advance Normative Change. It is a five-phase participatory learning resource that provides actionable guidance and information on how to conduct a social norms exploration. With IRH’s technical assistance, the SNET has been applied in over 15 settings, and IRH continues to provide TA to organizations and projects that wish to use it.