Infants with Prenatal Substance Exposure

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 [...]

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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Reasonable and Active Efforts, and Substance Use Disorders: A Toolkit for Professionals Working with Families in or at Risk of Entering the Child Welfare System

A toolkit for professionals working with families in or at risk of entering the child welfare system.  The QIC-CCCT developed the Reasonable Efforts, Active Efforts and Substance Use Disorders Toolkit to help address some of the challenges presented in making reasonable and active efforts and related judicial findings in cases involving substance use. The [...]

2020-07-20T22:40:28+00:00 Categories: Home page, QIC Main Page|Tags: |

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 [...]

From Policy to Practice: Comprehensive and Coordinated Family-Centered Treatment for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders

Speaker: Dr. Hendrée Jones Description:  Join Dr. Hendrée Jones for a discussion about the use of family-centered treatment when serving pregnant and parenting women with substance use disorders and their families. Dr. Jones will present about the importance of care coordination and systems integration for the whole family, including building relationships and [...]

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 [...]

QIC-CCCT Webinar – Strengthening the Ties that Bind

National Quality Improvement Center  for Collaborative Community Court Teams Funded By: Administration on Children, Youth and Families - Children's Bureau Two Part Webinar Series:  Strengthening the Ties that Bind A two part webinar series to help your Collaborative Court support positive, healthy parent-child relationships [...]

A Collaborative Approach to the Treatment of Pregnant Women with Opioid Use Disorders

This guidance publication provides an overview of the extent of opioid use by pregnant women and the effects on the infant, evidence-based recommendations for treatment approaches from leading professional organizations, an in-depth case study, including ideas that can be adopted and adapted by other jurisdictions, and a guide for collaborative planning, including needs and [...]

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)

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