START Snapshot

The START Snapshot provides the START Model's description, summary of its national reach, and the proven results. Download

2024-05-02T19:45:17+00:00Categories: start|

Earlier the Better: How Court Teams are Supporting Infants and Parents Affected by Prenatal Substance Exposure

Date:  September 28th, 2021 Speakers: Ken DeCerchio (CCFF), Terri Tobin (AHP) Description:  This webinar shares key lessons and outcomes from the National Quality Improvement Center for Collaborative Community Court Teams’ (QIC-CCCT) engagement with 14 collaborative court teams. Over the last three years, QIC-CCCT demonstration sites worked intensively to design, implement, and [...]

Peer Recovery Staff’s Role in Engaging Families and Supporting their Recovery Journey

Peer Recovery Staff’s Role in Engaging Families and Supporting their Recovery Journey Peer Recovery Support staff with lived experience play a critical role in engaging and supporting parents and pregnant women with substance use disorders. In this four-part video series, you will hear Peer Recovery Support staff from Quality Improvement [...]

The Judge’s Role in Prevention: Implementing Plans of Safe Care

Initiative:  The National Quality Improvement Center for Collaborative Community Court Teams Description: This video featuring Judge Peggy Walker draws on her experience as the presiding judge of the Douglas County Georgia Family Treatment Court and discusses the judge’s role in improving systems of care for infants with prenatal substance exposure and [...]

Round 1 Prevention and Family Recovery Briefs and Case Studies

In 2017 CFF produced five briefs that highlight cross-cutting PFR lessons form the round 1 grantees that the field can use to replicate effective FTC practices. A companion set of case studies tells a more in-depth story of each grantee’s PFR journey. Children and Family Futures produced a series of Prevention and Family [...]

2021-08-18T17:59:15+00:00Categories: NCSACW Featured, PFR|Tags: |

QIC-CCCT Evaluation Webinar: What Does the Data Tell Us So Far?

Date: January 26th, 2021 Speakers: Terri Tobin (AHP), Jen Carpenter (AHP), Lisa Lundquist (AHP) Description:  The QIC-CCCT evaluation seeks to generate knowledge about how and to what extent demonstration sites improved child welfare and treatment outcomes, implemented the CARA amendments to CAPTA and Plans of Safe Care, built and sustained effective collaboration, [...]

Leading the Way to Best Practice – FDC Peer Learning Court Program – TED Talks

Thursday, August 13, 2015 | 11-12:00 PM PT (12 PM MT, 1 PM CT, 2 PM ET) Presenters: Tarah Garcia, John Dantzler, Hon. William Owens, Penny Clodfelter, Joni Strange, Jill Murphy Family Drug Courts (FDCs) are a growing response to the problem of families affected by parental substance abuse and child maltreatment. [...]

2021-05-03T21:36:15+00:00Categories: PLC page|

Serving Native Families Affected by Substance Use Disorder: Active Efforts and Plans of Safe Care

Date: June 30th, 2020 Speakers: Ken DeCerchio (Deputy Project Director, National Quality Improvement Center for Collaborative Community Court Teams) Suzanne Garcia (Tribal Law and Policy Institute) Stephanie Weldon (Yurok Health and Human Services) Alita Redner (Yurok Health and Human Services) Description:  Substance use disorders among pregnant women and the number of infants [...]

Conveying Your Message – Strategies for Promoting Your Program

Download the Conveying Your Message TA Tool Date: 6/24/2020 Speaker: Tara L. Kunkel, MSW Description:  Conveying the message of your program is an essential part of sustainability and growth. The story you tell needs to convey the value of your program to the families you serve, community stakeholders, and policy makers in [...]

Supporting Recovery and Reunification

Speaker: Dr. Lynne Katz Description:  Dr. Lynne Katz highlights a collaborative response strategy developed by the University of Miami’s Linda Ray Intervention Center to support families in recovery as they transition out of residential treatment and reunify with their children. Recognizing that reunification support is essential to stabilizing the whole family through [...]

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