In-Depth Technical Assistance Program Summary

This summary provides an overview of the work of eleven states that have previously received In-Depth Technical Assistance (IDTA) since 2014 or are currently receiving IDTA. The Program Summary highlights state teams’ efforts to identify barriers and challenges in engaging families affected by prenatal substance exposure, and develop state strategies to improve [...]

2018-10-17T20:07:01+00:00 Categories: IDTA|

FDC National Strategic Plan

The National Strategic Plan for Family Drug Courts outlines a coordinated national strategy to enhance and expand the use of FDCs to reach more children and families. Download

2018-01-31T19:02:40+00:00 Categories: FDC TTA, Home page, Report, SSRP|Tags: |

SSRP Early Lessons

This one-pager highlights key successes and early lessons that have emerged in the first two years of planning. Right-click a file name to download: SSPR Flyer with Lessons Learned.pdf

2017-10-27T16:47:03+00:00 Categories: SSRP|

Sacramento County Dependency Drug Court: Year 7 Outcome and Process Evaluation Findings

The focus of this report includes: 1) a description of the program participants; 2) findings regarding treatment engagement, retention and completion; and 3) 12, 18, and 36 month findings regarding child safety and permanency. For this report, the 24 month findings are presented in Appendix A. For a complete description of the DDC model [...]

2017-10-27T17:33:44+00:00 Categories: Publication|Tags: |

Children Affected by Methamphetamine 2014 Brief

Improving outcomes for families affected by parental substance use disorders and child welfare involvement starts with a cross-systems commitment and coordinated approach to address the multiple and complex needs of parents and children. Through collaborative efforts around the country, evidence is emerging of what families need to succeed in their efforts to reunify with [...]

Substance Exposed Infants: State Responses to the Problem

This study assessed State policy in prevention, intervention, identification, and treatment of prenatal substance exposure, including immediate and ongoing services for the infant, the mother, and the family. Click here to View on the NCSACW Website (.pdf)

2018-03-08T20:04:45+00:00 Categories: Report|Tags: |