QIC-CCCT Final Program and Evaluation Briefs

From April 2018 to December 2020 Quality Improvement Center for Collaborative 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 enhance [...]

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 [...]

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, [...]

QIC-CCCT REDCap Webinar

Description:  Would you like to learn more about the Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) system and how it may benefit your program? In this session, we give an overview of this secure web platform (developed at Vanderbilt University under a federal NIH grant, free for non-profits, used in over 3,900 institutions in [...]

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)

Funding Comprehensive Services for Families with SUDs

This white paper outlines issues that affect how programs provide comprehensive services needed by children and families affected by substance use. Click to View on the NCSACW.gov Website (.pdf)

Budgeting and Program Sustainability

This page on the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare website provides resources on budgeting and planning for program sustainability.   Click to View on the NCSACW.gov Website

Data and Information Systems: The Fuel that Drives the FDC Bus

Date: July 14, 2016 Presenters: Nancy K. Young Data and information is the lifeblood or fuel that sustains the FDC effort.  Without sufficient and focused amounts of it, an FDC may fail to achieve its desired outcomes or prove why it should receive support and continue to exist. This webinar [...]

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 [...]

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