Harnessing the Power of FTCs

This series of four briefs focus on helping collaborative teams fund (Brief 1), evaluate (Brief 2), meet community needs (Brief 3), and scale effective practice (Brief 4). While interrelated, each resource can be viewed individually and provide links to tools throughout for more in-depth information on each topic. [...]

2024-05-02T19:32:19+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|

QIC-CCCT Final Program and Evaluation Briefs

From April 2018 to December 2020 Quality Improvement Center for Collaborative Community Court Team (QIC-CCCT) staff and consultants worked intensively with 14 sites to design, implement, and test approaches to support infants, parents, and caregivers affected by prenatal substance exposure. The two briefs highlight the efforts of these collaborative court teams to [...]

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: |

Case Law Review – Prenatal Substance Exposure

This body of case law represents a robust discussion of legal issues surrounding prenatal substance exposure in civil child protection cases across the country. The variation in analysis from different jurisdictions illustrates how this area of child protection law presents many challenges and varied decision-making across courts. The goal of this case law [...]

Safety Matters- Helping Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders and Domestic Violence from Survivors to Thrivers

Safety Matters- Helping Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders and Domestic Violence from Survivors to Thrivers Overview Coming Soon! Safety Matters - Live Cafe Agenda Safety Matters- Resource Guide Safety Matters- Take Action Guide September 17, 2020  This Café Conversation explores the core [...]

2021-05-06T17:15:14+00:00Categories: 2020, FDC Learning Academy, LA_Home2020|

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|

Teen Matters – Meeting The Needs Of Adolescent Youth

Teen Matters – Meeting The Needs Of Adolescent Youth Overview Part 1: Part 2: Teen Matters- Live Cafe Conversation Agenda Teen Matters- Team Discussion Guide Teen Matters- Take Action Guide External Resources Engage, Involve, Empower: Family Engagement in Juvenile Drug Treatment [...]

2021-05-06T17:08:32+00:00Categories: 2020, FDC Learning Academy, LA_Home2020|

Why Quality Legal Representation Matters for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders

Why Quality Legal Representation Matters for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders Overview Quality Legal Representation - Live Cafe Agenda.pdf Quality Legal Representation - Team Discussion Guide Attributes - High Quality Legal -FJI Quality Legal Representation - Take Action Guide Reasonable Active Efforts [...]

2021-05-06T17:15:03+00:00Categories: 2020, FDC Learning Academy, LA_Home2020|

Plans of Safe Care: An Issue Brief for Judicial Officers

Judicial officers hear a broad variety of dependency matters from a unique vantage point. This often requires insight and education in areas beyond the law such as substance use, mental health, and infant health and development. This briefing paper is intended to assist judicial officers presiding over collaborative community court teams better understand [...]

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