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Harnessing the Power of FTCs

This series of three briefs focus on helping collaborative teams fund (Brief 1) and evaluate (Brief 2) FTCs while identifying and meeting the needs of their community (Brief 3). combine existing collaborative practices to present an overview of pertinent strategies for FTC teams. The series is comprised of three interrelated briefs, but each [...]

2023-08-28T23:17:00+00:00Categories: FDC TTA, Publication|

FTC Strategy Brief Series: Strong Families

FTC Strategy Brief Series: Strong Families Children and Family Futures, in partnership with Casey Family Programs, developed a series of three briefs on Family Treatment Courts (FTCs). These briefs provide information to child welfare and other key stakeholders about the FTC model and best practices evidence and strategies to improve [...]

2022-07-07T17:19:24+00:00Categories: FDC TTA, Publication|

RPG Program Description

The RPG Program Description is a four-page document providing the background and history of Regional Partnership Grants as well as a detailed description of program strategies, emerging cross-site evaluation findings, lessons of collaboration, and available technical assistance. This document can be used to give stakeholders an at-a-glance understanding of the RPG program, [...]

2021-05-07T16:05:33+00:00Categories: Publication|

RPG Infographic

This one-page at-a-glance document is a visual representation of the RPG initiative, providing an overview and snapshot of the program. This infographic can be shared with individuals wanting to learn more about the RPG program to provide an at-a-glance snapshot. Right click and select Save As to download the file: RPG [...]

2020-11-20T19:49:13+00:00Categories: Publication|

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: |

Substance-Exposed Infants: A Report on Progress in Practice and Policy Development

Substance-Exposed Infants: A Report on Progress in Practice and Policy Development in States Participating in A Program of In-Depth Technical Assistance September 2014 to September 2016 This report highlights the efforts of five participating in the Substance-Exposed In-Depth Technical Assistance (SEI-IDTA) initiative through the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW). [...]

2021-02-01T18:43:14+00:00Categories: NCSACW Page, Publication|Tags: |

Guidance to States: Recommendations for Developing Family Drug Court Guidelines (2015 Update)

Guidance to States: Recommendations for Developing Family Drug Court Guidelines provides information on best practices and collaborative principles to develop and sustain Family Drug Courts, and incorporates up-to-date research supporting key strategies. The Guidelines will assist policy makers and practitioners to enhance and expand these programs. Right click and select Save As to download [...]

2019-09-26T18:30:19+00:00Categories: FDC TTA, Publication|

Pathways of Communication Template

This resource introduces a protocol for communication across the systems involved describing critical junctures of decision-making and information sharing.   Click to View on the NCSACW.gov Website

2021-02-01T18:43:28+00:00Categories: NCSACW Page, Publication|Tags: |

NCSACW Resource Directory

This online resource directory on the National Center on Substance Use and Child Welfare website provides current research, training materials, videos, site examples, webinars, and other resources. Click to View on the NCSACW.gov Website

2018-03-08T19:56:13+00:00Categories: Publication|Tags: , |

Substance Abuse Specialists in Child Welfare Agencies and Dependency Courts

Project: NCSACW This publication focuses on key decisions regarding the placement of substance abuse specialists in either child welfare or dependency courts. Click to View on the NCSACW Website (.pdf)

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