On November 18, 2016, the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) announced the launch of a four-year, pay-for-success pilot project for youth dually involved with the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. The goal is to reduce or prevent time in institutional care, discourage repeat criminal behavior, and foster successful transitions to adulthood. Outcomes of the treatment group will be compared to a control group. To launch this project, DCFS contracted with Conscience Community Network LLC (CCN), a network of six Illinois non-profit provider organizations to deliver intensive care coordination and timely access to . . .