Governance Structures and Leadership: Is Your Family Drug Court Built to Last or Left to Fade?

Strong and effective FDCs require equally strong and effective governance structures and leadership. FDCs that are haphazardly organized and forced to rely on ineffective leadership will inevitably drift into ineffective practice, suffer poor outcomes, and may even fade into non-existence. This virtual classroom course will explore the successful infrastructures necessary [...]

2017-10-26T22:56:38+00:00Categories: 2016, FDC TTA, Web Based Learning|

Early Screening and Assessment: How Effective Family Drug Courts Match Service to Need

Accurately identifying families that FDCs should be serving is a difficult and important process. Early identification, use of structured assessment tools, and making timely referrals in a coordinated manner are hallmarks of effective FDCs. This virtual classroom course will identify the most pressing challenges in screening and assessment, including the [...]

2019-02-25T18:40:12+00:00Categories: 2016, Web Based Learning|

Data and Information Systems: The Fuel that Drives the FDC Bus

Date: July 14, 2016 Presenters: Nancy K. Young Data and information is the lifeblood or fuel that sustains the FDC effort.  Without sufficient and focused amounts of it, an FDC may fail to achieve its desired outcomes or prove why it should receive support and continue to exist. This webinar [...]

Parent Child Relationships: Supporting Families in FDCs for Recovery, Reunification, Permanency

Date: July 8, 2016 Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (PST) Presenters: Srivani Tangella A key ingredient that makes FDCs so unique, yet complex, is the mandate to serve families by supporting and healing the parent-child relationship. FDCs that are not thoughtfully serving families in an integrated and coordinated way [...]

2017-10-26T23:26:46+00:00Categories: 2016|
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