What are the benefits of participating in a Replication Project for organizations and agencies not already featured in the Innovation Station database?

Benefits for organizations and agencies not already featured in the Innovation Station database participating in a Replication Project include: 

  • For community-based organizations, build relationships with your state’s Title V systems and systems in other states, and increase the visibility and reach of your work 
  • Learn from a peer state/territory/organization that has already implemented the program about experienced challenges, lessons learned, and useful datapoints for measuring success  
  • Receive support from national and state experts while addressing a systems challenge within your state 
  • Build and sustain meaningful relationships with key stakeholders, including family and community partners, individuals with lived experience, and direct service providers, while working on a specific project or initiative 
  • Develop a plan for program sustainability 
  • Maintain connectivity to national Title V work and transformation culture 
  • Increase the knowledge of Title V among stakeholders and leadership in your state agency/organization