Presentations and Publications on Working with Related Agencies

The table lists presentations and publications on Working with Related Agencies found throughout the NCSACW website. These materials support substance abuse treatment, child welfare and family court professionals in working together more effectively for the benefit of families. You can increase the number of items shown in the table at one time and filter one column at a time by selecting the arrow for ascending or descending order. Entering text in the search box immediately starts adjusting the table contents that match the text as it is entered; you can search any column from this search box.

The Nurturing Program for Families in Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery
(PDF 324 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-08Lake Forest, CADianna Christmans, Terri BogageEvidence Based Practice Implementation Webinar Series
Reaching the Tipping Point: How Collaboration is Changing the Landscape and Futures of Children and Families
(PDF 3.1 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-01Washington, DCNancy K YoungThe Regional Parterniship Grant II Kick-off Meeting
Collaborating at the Local Level to Serve Veterans and their Children
(PDF 425 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-11Lake Forest, CASid GardnerVeterans and Military Families
Engaging the Community / Marketing to Stakeholders
(PDF 675 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-09Anaheim, CATamara Wagner, Pamela Miller Family Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Tribal System Collaboration
(PDF 628 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Lake Forest, CANadja JonesTribal Community Resources
Tribal In-Home Services System of Care: Working with Substance Abusing Families
(PDF 976 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Lake Forest, CATerry L CrossTribal Community Resources
Taking Your Problem Solving Court to Scale: Increasing and Expanding the Families Served
(PDF 3.36 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-04Denver, COPhil Breitenbucher, Roger B Larsen, Kathy WheelerColorado State Drug Court Conference
Memorandum of Understanding between DCFS and DPH
(PDF 850 PDF)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-03Los Angeles, CACalifornia Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), California Department of Public Health (DPH), California IDTA ProjectPublication
Teamwork with External Partners
(PDF 639 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2011-11FLFlorida IDTA Project, Florida Department of Children and Families, Florida Department of Health, Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Pinellas County Sheriff's OfficePublication
An Introduction to Home Visiting Funding: State Substance Abuse Agencies' Roles in Planning EffortsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-06Rockville, MDSharon Amatetti - SAMHSA/CSAT, Sid GardnerWeb-Based Training Recording
Developing and Implementing Stable Housing to Support Family Stability and Recovery
(PDF 665 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2010-05Osage Beach, MOAngela Casimere, Jeanne Ortega2010 Missouri Department of Mental Health’'s Spring Training Institute
Links between Substance Abuse, Mental Health and Domestic Violence (Exploring the Role of the Specialist in Child Welfare)
(PDF 3.08 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2009-06Jackson Hole, WYMarty Davis, Shellie TaggartNational Summit on the Intersection of Domestic Violence and Child Welfare
Memorandum of Understanding
(PDF 1.94 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2008CTConnecticut IDTA Project, Connecticut Department of Children and Families, Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Connecticut Judicial BranchPublication
The Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement in Recovery (SAFER) Initiative: Screening and Assessment for Family ... Memorandum of Understanding
(PDF 176 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2007-07MEMaine IDTA Project, Maine Department of Health and Human Services, Maine State District CourtPublication
Working with Families with Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders
(PDF 527 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2006-10Pomona, CAElke RechbergerRegional Training Event Improving Women's Retention in Treatment
Interagency Memorandum of Understanding
(PDF 29.9 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2006-08ARArkansas IDTA ProjectPublication
State level Memorandum of Understanding
(PDF 5.57 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2004-08FLFlorida IDTA Project, Florida Department of Children and FamiliesPublication
Working Agreement between the Squaxin Island Tribal Family Services and the Mason County Division of Children and Family Services-Shelton Office
(PDF 155 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2004WASqauxin Island Tribal Family Services, Shelton Division of Children and Family ServicesPublication
Michigan Director's Statement of Support and Interdepartmental Commitment
(PDF 33 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
MIMichigan IDTA Project, Michigan State Court Administrative Office, Michigan Family Independence Agency, Michigan Department of Community HealthPublication
Memorandum of Understanding
(PDF 149 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
KYKentucky Safe Families in Recovery Partnership, Kentucky Department of Community Based Services, Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental and Individual Disabilities, Kentucky Department of Family and Juvenile Services, Administrative Office of the Courts, Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family ServicesPublication
Mental Health Practices in Child Welfare Guidelines Toolkit
(PDF 407 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
New York, NYThe Reach InstitutePublication
Virginia Memorandum of Understanding
(PDF 156 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
VADepartment of Social Services, Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services, Supreme Court of Virginia, Office of the Executive SecretaryPublication
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Memorandum of Understanding
(PDF 195 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
MAThe Massachusetts Family Reovery Collaborative, Massachusetts IDTA Project, Massachusetts Department of Social Services and Public Health, Massachusetts Juvenile Court, Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah)Publication
Memorandum of Understanding Texas Partnership for Family Recovery
(PDF 29 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
TXTexas Partnership for Family Recovery, Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, Texas Court Improvement Project, Texas Court Appointed Special Advocates, Texas Office of Court AdministrationPublication