Presentations and Publications on Federal and State Policy Tools and Legislation

The table lists presentations and publications on Federal and State Policy Tools and Legislation 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.

New England Practice & Policy Webinar #2: Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement and Retention
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2014-12Lake Forest, CANancy K Young, Linda Carpenter, Sara J BeckerNCSACW Resources Webinar Series
The Future of Policy and Practice for Substance Exposed Infants and Children
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2012-03Lake Forest, CASid Gardner, Ira J ChasnoffNational Conference Workshop Webinars ( 2011-2012)
The Affordable Care Act and Implications for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders in the Child Welfare System
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2012-02Lake Forest, CASuzanne FieldsHealth Care Reform
Substance Abuse and PTSD in Military Families: Implications for Child Welfare Policies and Practices
(PDF 234 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2011-12Lake Forest, CABrian L MeyerVeterans and Military Families
House File 2310 Legislative Report (HF 2310)
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2009-12IAIowa Department of Human Services, Iowa Department of Public Health, Iowa IDTA ProjectPublication
Arizona Executive Order 2008-01; Enhanced Availability of Substance Abuse Treatment Services for Families Involved with Child Protective Services
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Massachusetts Statement of Shared Values
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2005MAThe Massachusetts Family Recovery CollaborativePublication
Florida State Level Policy Working Agreement
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2004-08FLFlorida Department of Children and FamiliesPublication
Michigan: Binsfield Legislation - Legislation Establishing Priority for Admission
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2004MIState of Michigan, Legislative CouncilPublication
Florida System of Care Language for Substance Abuse and Mental Health and Community-Based Contracts
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Colorado Overarching Statements of Values and Principles about Families and Colleagues
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COColorado IDTA ProjectPublication
Synthesis of Cross System Values and Principles: A National Perspective
(PDF 70 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
National Center on Substance Abuse and Child WelfarePublication
Virginia Memorandum of Understanding
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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
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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
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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
Memorandum of Understanding for the Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services, Administrative Office of the Courts and the Arkansas Department
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ARArkansas Department of Health and Human Services, Administrative Office of the Courts, Arkansas Department of Workforce ServicesPublication