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In-Depth Technical Assistance: Table View

The National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW) provides In-Depth Technical Assistance (IDTA) to a few selected sites. NCSACW works with these selected sites to develop a Scope of Work for the in-depth technical assistance that includes working with the substance abuse, child welfare and court systems, as well as local tribes, to increase their collaboration and strategic plans for working together.

NCSACW's Consultant Liaisons facilitate the development of a strategic plan tailored to the needs of each State or Tribe, identifying and bringing in additional technical assistance as needed by the site, and assist the site in the implementation of the plan. NCSACW will study the progress and barriers learned in each site with the aim of broadly disseminating the lessons learned so as to further the collaborative efforts and linkages among alcohol and other drug services, child welfare, family courts and tribes.

TitleSiteLevelCategoryAttachment
Overarching Statements of Values and Principles about Families and ColleaguesColoradoStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesAttachment
Regional meetingsColoradoStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesContact Us
Preferred Practice Model Components and Comparisons for Demonstration Project Proposal - Model of Preferred Practice for Collaborative CaseworkFloridaStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesAttachment
Statement of Shared Principles and ValuesMassachusettsStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesAttachment
Statement of Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesMinnesotaStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesAttachment
The Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement in Recovery (SAFER) Initiative: Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement in Recovery, Statement of Shared ValuesMaineStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesAttachment
The Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement in Recovery (SAFER) Initiative: Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement in Recovery, Shared Outcome StatementMaineStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesAttachment
Focus Group SummaryNew YorkStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesContact Us
Cross-System ModelCoeur D'Alene TribeTribal CommunityCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesContact Us
Multi-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesIowaStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesAttachment
Statement of Values and PrinciplesKentuckyStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesAttachment
Regional Forums on Substance Abuse and Child MaltreatmentKentuckyStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesAttachment
NE Shared Principles and Draft ProtocolNebraskaStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesContact Us
Substance Abuse and Child Welfare: An Overview of the Issue and Models of ReformAlaskaStateCross-System Shared Values and Guiding PrinciplesAttachment

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Reports
Related Webinars and Presentations
In-Depth Technical Assistance: Round 6 Site Orientation Webinar SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
Series:
Presenter(s):
  • Nancy K. Young, Ph.D., M.S.W. Director, National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
  • Linda Carpenter, M.ED., IDTA Project Director, National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
Date: April 22, 2010