Let’s Be Better Together – Five Questions Your Family Treatment Court Team Must Discuss If You Want to Serve In-Home Families

Let’s Be Better Together - Five Questions Your Family Treatment Court Team Must Discuss If You Want to Serve In-Home Families Overview In Home Families Live Cafe Agenda.pdf In-Home Families Team Discussion Guide.pdf In-Home Families Take Action Guide.pdf Attributes of High-Quality Legal Representation [...]

2021-05-06T17:29:37+00:00Categories: 2019, FDC Learning Academy, LA_Home|

The Role of Resource Parents in Supporting Family Recovery and Reunification in Family Treatment Courts

The Role of Resource Parents in Supporting  Family Recovery and Reunification in Family Treatment Courts Overview Coming Soon! Live Cafe Conversation Agenda - Role of Resources Parents.pdf Take Action Guide - Role of Resources Parents.pdf Team Discussion Guide - Role of Resources [...]

2021-05-06T17:34:19+00:00Categories: 2018, FDC Learning Academy, LA_Home|

Ready, Set, Go!

Ready , Set, Go! 5 Key Planning Decisions to Help You Successfully Launch Your Family Drug Court Overview Ready-Set-Go Webinar Agenda (.pdf) April 5, 2018 Presenter Bios and Photos (.pdf) – April 5, 2018 Ready-Set-Go-Live Cafe Conversation PPT (.pdf) - April 5, 2018 [...]

2021-05-06T17:38:16+00:00Categories: 2018, FDC Learning Academy, LA_Home|

Planning For Safe Care – FDC’s and Opioid Use Disorder

Planning For Safe Care - FDC's and Opioid Use Disorder Overview July 31, 2017  The nation’s prescription drug and opioid crisis has led to an increase in opioid use disorders among pregnant and parenting women.  Best practices suggest the need for a collaborative response across systems [...]

2021-05-06T17:43:06+00:00Categories: 2018, FDC Learning Academy, LA_Home|

Equity and Inclusion in Family Treatment Courts

Equity and Inclusion in Family Treatment Courts Overview August 28, 2018  Family Treatment Court (FTC) is a promising model in achieving positive outcomes for families affected by substance use disorders and involved in the child welfare system.  As FTCs work towards achieving these outcomes, it [...]

2021-05-06T18:50:42+00:00Categories: 2018, FDC Learning Academy, LA_Home|

Checklist to Change

Checklist to Change Overview January 22, 2019  Families involved in the child welfare system and affected by parental substance use disorders face a difficult and arduous journey towards achieving their recovery and reunification goals within the time limits set forth by ASFA. Family Treatment Courts (FTCs) provide a pathway for [...]

2021-05-06T18:55:32+00:00Categories: 2018, FDC Learning Academy, LA_Home|

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: |

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: |

Children Affected by Methamphetamine Program Report

This report provides data on 12 Family Drug Treatment Courts’ performance measurements to improve safety, well-being, and permanency of children and families affected by parental methamphetamine use. Click to View on the NCSACW.gov Website (.pdf)

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