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In order to make sound decisions for the benefit of children and families, professionals in substance abuse treatment, child welfare and family courts need accurate information about methamphetamine, its effects on parents and their children, and the effectiveness of treatment.

Additional Resources

  • Methpedia
    An interactive website that will enhance awareness about the dangers of methamphetamine and provide simple and straightforward strategies to prevent the manufacture, distribution, and use of methamphetamine.
  • National Meth Summit
    Contains a webinar archive of methamphetamine related webinars on policy and practice issues.

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Related Presentations
bullet arrow Creating Shared Outcomes among Child Welfare, Treatment, and Other Critical Services: The Challenge of Meth(PDF 875 KB)
  • Sid Gardner
Event: State Town Hall Meeting
Location: Providence, RI
Date: October 2009

bullet arrow Methamphetamine and Indian Child Welfare(PDF 1.16 MB)
  • Nadja Jones
Event: Hope and Healing Conference
Location: Yakama Nation, WA
Date: June 2008

bullet arrow Families Affected by Methamphetamine and other Substances: How Collaboration Can Lead to Better Outcomes(PDF 3.64 MB)
  • Cathleen Otero
Event: 2007 National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children Annual Conference
Location: Kansas City, MO
Date: October 2007

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