Module 3: Collaboration to Support Family-Centered Practices at the County and State Level

NCSACW prepared a series of companion modules on implementing a family-centered approach. This series is designed for state-, county-, and agency-level collaborative partners. Module three reviews the importance of collaborations that support a family-centered approach at the County and State Level. Click to View on the NCSACW.gov Website

2021-05-07T16:01:18+00:00Categories: NCSACW Page|

Module 2: On the Ground–Family-Centered Practice

NCSACW prepared a series of companion modules on implementing a family-centered approach. This series is designed for state-, county-, and agency-level collaborative partners. Module two showcases programs that have implemented key elements of a family-centered approach. Click to View on the NCSACW.gov Website

2021-02-18T19:05:28+00:00Categories: NCSACW Page|

Module 1: Overview of a Family-Centered Approach and its Effectiveness

NCSACW prepared a series of companion modules on implementing a family-centered approach. This series is designed for state-, county-, and agency-level collaborative partners. Module one is an overview of a family-centered approach and its effectiveness. Click to View on the NCSACW.gov Website

2021-05-05T22:04:13+00:00Categories: NCSACW Page|

Plans of Safe Care Learning Modules

Developed by the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW), the modules are a five-part series on Plans of Safe Care (POSC) for infants born with and identified as affected by substance abuse or withdrawal symptoms resulting from prenatal drug exposure, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), or their affected family or [...]

2021-02-01T18:44:06+00:00Categories: NCSACW Featured, NCSACW Page, Report|Tags: |

Tip Sheet 1: Supporting Cross-System Collaboration During the Current Public Health Crisis

National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare, 2020 During the public health crisis, collaboration is critical to ensure that families receive the services they need to stay safe and healthy in the short term and to remain strong and able to thrive in the long term; however, community needs and conditions have changed. [...]

2021-05-03T16:08:36+00:00Categories: NCSACW Featured, NCSACW Page|

Infants with Prenatal Substance Exposure and their Families: Five Points of Family Intervention

This TA tool is for collaborative teams to learn about the Five Points of Family Intervention and identify major points in time in which their agencies can improve outcomes for infants with prenatal substance exposure, pregnant and parenting women with substance use disorders, and their families. The tool provides examples of policy and practice [...]

2021-02-01T18:44:21+00:00Categories: NCSACW Featured, NCSACW Page, Web Based Learning|

The Use of Peers and Recovery Specialists in Child Welfare Settings

An examination of how child welfare agencies and family court programs have integrated peers and recovery specialists into their service delivery to support families affected by substance use disorders is highlighted in this brief. Also included is an overview of two models of support for families: peer support by persons who have experienced substance [...]

2020-05-12T22:19:32+00:00Categories: NCSACW Page|

On the Ground: How States Are Addressing Plans of Safe Care for Infants with Prenatal Substance Exposure and Their Families

This technical assistance tool provides on-the-ground examples from states across the country that have implemented comprehensive approaches to Plans of Safe Care (POSC) for Infants with Prenatal Substance Exposure (IPSE) and their families and caregivers. These concrete examples can help states and agencies consider practice and policy systems changes to best serve these families [...]

2020-05-12T22:19:30+00:00Categories: NCSACW Page|

Understanding Substance Use Disorder Treatment: A Resource Guide for Professionals Referring to Treatment

This technical assistance tool focuses on providing a fundamental understanding of the substance use treatment and recovery process. Designed to equip professionals who refer parents to substance use treatment, the tool includes a list of questions that child welfare or court staff can ask treatment providers to begin establishing a collaborative relationship with their [...]

2020-05-12T22:19:28+00:00Categories: NCSACW Page|

Summary 2017 Policy Academy

Summary 2017 Policy Academy: Improving Outcomes for Pregnant and Postpartum Women with Opioid Use Disorders and Their Infants, Families and Caregivers This summary previews work undertaken by state teams selected to participate in he Policy Academy initiative through the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW). Click to View on the [...]

2021-02-01T18:43:05+00:00Categories: NCSACW Page, Publication|Tags: |
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