PFR Grantee Leadership Training Kick-off Meeting



2014 PFR Grantee Leadership Training

Kick-off Meeting


Click here to find the Meeting Program


The purpose of this first Prevention and Family Recovery (PFR) Grantee Leadership Training Meeting was to provide an opportunity for the four PFR Family Drug Court grantees, the National Advisory Council, PFR/CFF project staff, and supporters from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Duke Endowment to get acquainted with each other and allow sites to build a strong foundational relationship with the PFR community.

At the end of the training meeting, grantees:

  • Had a clear understanding of the overall expectations and requirements of the PFR grant
  • Understaood the role of their assigned Change Leader and the National Advisory Council in helping them achieve their PFR goals
  • Obtained knowledge about the various technical assistance and training resources available to them
  • Understood the PFR evaluation requirements
  • Developed, in consultation with their Change Leaders, a clear action plan for next steps with their project implementation

We want to thank all of the grantees for their participation in the meeting. For a copy of the presentations from the kick-off meeting see below:

-Click here for the evaluation presentations

-For all other presentations from the meeting click here



Project Highlights

Congratulations New PFR Grantees!

Gila River Indian Community Family Drug Court – Scanton, AZ

Jefferson County Family Integrated Treatment CourtGolden, CO

Mecklenburg County Families In Recovery to Stay Together Program Charlotte, NC

Milwaukee County Family Drug Treatment CourtWauwatosa, WI