Children Affected by Methamphetamine: Table View

Children Affected by Methamphetamine (CAM) is a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) funded grant program focused on expanding and/or enhancing services to children and their families who are affected by methamphetamine use and abuse. The Public Health Service Act of 2000 Section 509 provided funding over a four-year period to 12 Family Treatment Drug Courts (FTDC) to improve the well-being, permanency, and safety outcomes of children, who are in, or at-risk of out-of-home placement as a result of a parental methamphetamine or other substance abuse.

The primary focus of this grant program is to provide services directly to the children and to provide supportive services for parents, caregivers, and families. Grantees are encouraged to include other caregivers or foster parents involved in the care of the children in the enhancement aspect of the family services. The parents served under this program must be involved in a FTDC and receiving substance abuse treatment services.

TitleSiteChildren ServedAdults ServedTarget PopulationAttachment
Butte County CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileButte County, California Behavioral Health, Adult Services, Treatment Courts12496220,000Attachment
Clark County CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileClark County Family Treatment Court13678440,000Attachment
Colorado CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileColorado Judicial Department, Denver Juvenile Probation19076620,000Attachment
Dunklin And Stoddard Counties CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileDunklin County, Missouri, 35th Judicial Circuit, Family Treatment Court1608060,000Attachment
Nebraska CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileNebraska Administrative Office of the Courts204138690,000Attachment
Tulsa County CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileOklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services264213610,000Attachment
Pima County CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfilePima County Juvenile Court Center463370990,000Attachment
Riverside County CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileRiverside County Collaborative Drug Court Division14385752,189,600Attachment
Sacramento County CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileSacramento County Department of Health and Human Services, Child Protective Services Division14385751,418,800Attachment
San Luis Obispo County CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileSan Luis Obispo County Behavioral Health, Drug and Alcohol Services240196269,000Attachment
Santa Barbara County CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileSanta Barbara County Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Services200120423,900Attachment
Santa Cruz County CAM Grantee 2013 Site ProfileSanta Cruz County Family and Children's Services, Human Services Department176132262,380Attachment

N/A: To access any of the resources listed here as "N/A", please contact NCSACW.

Request Technical Assistance

Presentations

  • Children Affected by Methamphetamine (CAM) Grant Program Introductory Webinar
    • Presenters:
      • Sharon Amatetti, Senior Policy Analyst, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
      • Sharon Boles, Research Director, Children and Family Futures
      • Phil Breitenbucher, Project Director, Children and Family Futures
    • Location: Webinar
  • Children Affected by Methamphetamine (CAM) Program Performance Measurement Webinar
    • Presenters:
      • Sharon Amatetti, Senior Policy Analyst, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
      • Deepa Avula, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
      • Nancy K. Young, Director, National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare, Children and Family Futures
      • Sharon Boles, Research Director, Children and Family Futures
      • Phil Breitenbucher, Project Director, Children and Family Futures
    • Location: Webinar