Prevention and Family Recovery (PFR), funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Duke Endowment, strives to advance the capacity of family drug courts (FDCs) and their partner agencies to provide a comprehensive family-centered approach for children, parents and families affected by parental substance use disorders and child abuse and neglect. PFR helps established FDCs integrate and institutionalize evidence-based parenting services and developmental and therapeutic services for children into their larger systems of care.
Children and Family Futures (CFF) awarded a first round of four PFR grants in April 2014 and expanded to four new sites in January 2017 (see below). The FDCs receive a grant and intensive technical assistance, training and coaching to help them achieve their goals. Grantees also have access to a National Advisory Council (NAC) which is comprised of a prestigious group of national experts, practitioners and community leaders. PFR draws on the NAC’s collective and individual expertise and knowledge to ensure its success.
For more information about the PFR initiative, see the featured publications and resources below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org