Conferences

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TitleDateLocationResources
Trauma-Informed Care Walkthrough Project Report - Data and Findings
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2015-04Rockville, MDPublication
Two-Year Extension Grantee Interviews: Final Synthesis and Summary Report
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2015-03Lake Forest, CAPublication
New England Practice & Policy Webinar #2: Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement and Retention
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2014-12Lake Forest, CANCSACW Resources Webinar Series
Grants to Expand Services to Children Affected by Methamphetamine in Families Participating in Family Treatment Drug Court
(PDF 936 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-11Rockville, MDChildren Affected by Methamphetamine (CAM) Brief
Practical Issues in the Implementation of the Matrix Model
(PDF 552 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-10Lake Forest, CARPG Program Webinar Series
Opioid Use in Pregnancy: A Community's Approach, The Children and Recovering Mothers (CHARM) Collaborative
(PDF 2.7 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-09Lake Forest, CACHARM Webinar
The Nurturing Program for Families in Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery
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2014-08Lake Forest, CAEvidence Based Practice Implementation Webinar Series
NCCAN Policy Forum Brief What Works: Collaborative Practice Between Substance Abuse, Child Welfare, and the Courts
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2014-07Publication
SAMHSA's Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach (SMA) 14-4884
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2014-07Rockville, MDPublication
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) Implementation
(PDF 548 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-05Lake Forest, CARPG Program Webinar Series
Final Synthesis and Summary Report Grantee InterviewsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2014-05Publication
Regional Partnership Grants - Enhanced Collaboration, Promising Results
(PDF 1.17 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-04Lake Forest, CARPG Program Webinar Series
Working Effectively with Military Families: 10 Key Concepts All Providers Should Know
(PDF 1.33 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014Alexandria, VAPublication
Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Legislative Intent and General Overivew
(PDF 302.43 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-01Washington, DCPublication
Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Overview of Grantees' Services and Interventions
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2014-01Washington, DCPublication
Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Effective Systems Linkages--Key Implementation and Evaluation Lessons
(PDF 350 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-01Washington, DCPublication
Regional Partnership Grant (RGP) Program: Interim Safety, Permanency, Well-Being, and Recovery Outcomes
(PDF 498 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-01Washington, DCPublication
Expanding Services to Children and Families in Family Drug Courts: Lessons Learned from the Children Affected by Methamphetamine Grant Program
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2013-10Atlanta, GAThe Association for Addictions Professional (NAADAC) Annual Conference
Engaging Parents in Their Child's Substance Abuse Treatment and Substance Exposed Infants, Policy and Practice
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2013-10Edmond, OKOklahoma Specialty Conference
Expanding Services to Children and Families in Family Drug Courts: Lessons Learned from the Children Affected by Methamphetamine Grant Program
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2013-09Anaheim, CANational Conference on Addiction Disorders
Changing Our Practice to Change the Futures of Children and Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders
(PDF 1.96MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-09Altoona, IAIowa Children's Justice Summit
Trauma-Informed Legal Advocacy: Practice Scenarios
(PDF 374 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-09Chicago, ILPublication
Research Report Series: Methamphetamine (NIH Publication Number 13-4210)
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2013-09Publication
Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Roundtable: Current Issues and New Directions in Creating Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Systems
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2013-08Publication
Regional Partnership Grant Program: Strengthening Bridges to Improve Outcomes for Families and Children Affected by Substance Use Disorder
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2013-08Nashville, TNNational Child Welfare Evaluation Summit
Passing the Judicial Baton: Why Judicial Leadership and Succession Planning Matter in FDC
(PDF 5.4 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-08Irvine, CANational Family Drug Court Technical Assistance and Training Program
Expanding Services to Children and Families in Family Drug Courts: Lessons Learned from the Children Affected by Methamphetamine Grant Program
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2013-07Washington, DCNational Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Who Doesn't Love Data? Program Evaluation for Non-Evaluators
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2013-07Washington, DCNational Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Perspectives on Engaging Fathers in Your Family Drug Court
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2013-07Washington, DCThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Judicial Sucession in Family Drug Courts: What Every Current and Future Family Court Judge Should Know
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2013-07Washington, DCThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Addressing Family Needs in Adult Drug Court: Family Strengths and Needs Survey
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2013-07Washington, DCThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Family Drug Court Guidelines
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2013-07Washington, DCThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
What You Need to Know to Become a Trauma-Informed Family Drug Court
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2013-07Washington, DCThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Just Not Another Parenting Class - How Evidence-based Parenting Is a Critical Strategy for All Drug Courts in Meeting the Needs of Families
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2013-07Washington, DCThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Program Evaluation for Non-Evaluators in FDCs: Using Evaluation Data to Improve Practice, Drive Strategic Planning and Sustain Program Components
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2013-07Washington, DCThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Community Supervision and Support
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2013-07Washington, DCThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Partnering With Fathers
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2013-07Washington, DCThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
It's About the Children, How Family Drug Courts are Serving Children Impacted by Prenatal Substance Exposure
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2013-07Washington, DCThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Recovery is a Family Affair: The Complex Dynamics in Families Struggling with Mental and Substance Use Disorders 2013-07Rockville, MDWebcast
Using Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Practice to Improve Placement Stability: Breakthrough Series Collaborative Promising Practices and Lessons Learned
(PDF 1.18 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-06Los Angeles, CAPublication
Methamphetamine/Dextroamphetamine and Pregnancy
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2013-06Publication
Promoting Social and Emotional Well-Being for Children of Incarcerated Parents
(PDF 2.76)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-06Washington, DCPublication
Childhood Trauma in Indian CountrySAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2013-06Oklahoma City, OKChildhood Trauma Series in Indian Country
Developing Trauma-Informed Organizations
(PDF 1.28 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-06Lake Forest, CARPG Program Webinar Series
Guidance to States: Recommendations for Developing Family Drug Court Guidelines
(PDF 2.4 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-05Publication
Child Exposure to Trauma: Comparative Effectiveness of Interventions Addressing Maltreatment
(PDF 2.87 MB)
2013-04Rockville, MDPublication
Implementation Teams and Your Collaborative Structure: The SAFERR Model of Collaborative Development
(PDF 2.4 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-04Alexandria, VAOffice on Child Abuse and Neglect, Network for Action Meeting, RPG II Annual Meeting
Implementing Evidence-Based Parenting Programs
(PDF 764 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-04Alexandria, VAOffice on Child Abuse and Neglect, Network for Action Meeting, RPG II Annual Meeting
The Role of Collaboration in Working with Child Welfare Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders
(PDF 1.8 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-04Tulsa, OK31st Annual Protecting Our Children National American Indian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Understanding Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders
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2013-03Lansing, MIThe Michigan Court Improvement Program Conference: Collaborative Approaches to Addressing Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Poverty Related Issues
Collaborating to Meet the Needs of Child Welfare Families Affected by Parental Substance Use Disorders
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2013-03Lansing, MIThe Michigan Court Improvement Program Conference: Collaborative Approaches to Addressing Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Poverty Related Issues i
Substance-Exposed Infants: State Responses to the Problem
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2013-02Rockville, MDPublication
Creating Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Systems: A Guide for Administrators
(PDF 195 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013San Diego, CAPublication
Essential Components of Trauma-Informed Judicial Practice
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2013Rockville, MDPublication
CW360 Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Practice Winter 2013
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2013MNPublication
Leveraging Culture to Address Health Inequalities: Examples from Native Communities: Workshop Summary
(PDF 1.29 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013Washington, DCPublication
Creating a Place of Healing and Forgiveness: The Trauma-Informed Care Initiative at the Women's Community Correctional Center of Hawaii
(PDF 0.97 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013Alexandria, VAPublication
Examining the Theory of Historical Trauma Among Native Americans
(PDF 339 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013SDPublication
Substance Use Disorders and Trauma among Parents in the Child Welfare System
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2013-01Lake Forest, CA7th Annual International Conference of Child and Family Maltreatment
Behavioral Health of Parents/Caregivers: Impact on Children in Child Welfare System2013-01Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Kickoff Meeting
Substance Use Disorders and Trauma among Parents Involved in the Child Welfare Involved in the Child Welfare System
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2013-01San Diego, CA7th Annual International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment
Reaching the Tipping Point: How Collaboration is Changing the Landscape and Futures of Children and Families
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2013-01Washington, DCThe Regional Parterniship Grant II Kick-off Meeting
NCSACW Programmatic Technical Assistance
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2013-01Washington, DCThe Regional Parterniship Grant II Kick-off Meeting
NCSACW Technical Assistance Resources
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2013-01Washington, DCThe Regional Partnership Grant II Kick-off Meeting
Collaborating at the Local Level to Serve Veterans and their Children
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2012-11Lake Forest, CAVeterans and Military Families
First Response as a Doorway to Long Term Interventions: What You Need to Know about Drug-Endangered Children and their Families
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2012-10Des Moines, IA9th Annual National Drug Endangered Children Conference
Family Drug Court Models - Parallel vs. IntegratedSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-10Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Ensuring Effective and Quality Drug Treatment in FDCsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-09Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
The Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Enhancing Collaboration, Promising Results
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2012-09Irvine, CAPublication
Domestic Violence: Screening, Brief Intervention and Referrals
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Addressing Housing Needs of Your FDC Clients
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Carrot...or Time Out: Managing Participant Behavior
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Challenges and Solutions in Operating a Rural FDC
(PDF 577 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Engaging Fathers in Your FDC
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Engaging the Community / Marketing to Stakeholders
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2012-09Anaheim, CA Family Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Establishing and Sustaining FDC Alumni Groups
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Family Drug Court Outcomes, Costs and Best Practices: What Do We Know So Far?
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Family Drug Courts: Building on our Success
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Court Symposium
The Miami Child Well-Being Court(TM) Model: Building a Transformative, Judicially-Led, Systems Integration Approach to meet the Needs and Improve ...
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Performing an Operational Tune-Up on Your Family Drug Court
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
What You Need to Know in Becoming a Trauma-Informed FDC
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Mental Health Disorders: Adolescents in Family Drug Courts and Juvenile Justice Systems
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
The Role of Attorneys in a FDC
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Research Update on Family Drug Courts
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Where Do We Go from Here?
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Ten Priceless Pearls for Successful Drug Testing
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Trauma Services for Women and Girls
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
The T.A.M.A.R. Project: Providing Trauma Informed Services to Women in the Justice System
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Working with Court-Involved Military Families: The Effects of PTSD and Substance Abuse
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Effective Use of Rewards and Sanctions
(PDF 222 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Engaging and Retaining Voluntary or Reluctant Clients
(PDF 320 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Trauma Matters: The Connection Between Addiction, Mental Health and Trauma
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Keeping Kids in the Home: Using Early Intervention and In-Home Supportive Services
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Addressing Child Trauma
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2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
The Impact of Prenatal Substance Exposure on Children and Adolescents
(PDF 1.13 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-09Anaheim, CAFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Sustainability
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2012-08Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Cost Analysis
(PDF 444 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
From Collaboration to Teaming
(PDF 425 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Close Out Meeting
White Earth Band of Chippewa Cultural Assessment
(PDF 1 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been
(PDF 7.2 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Addressing the Social and Emotional Well-Being Children
(PDF 1.32 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Engaging Families in Recovery Support and Continuing Care
(PDF 524 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Implementing Evidenced Based Parenting Programs: Sharing Experiences, Strategies and Outcomes
(PDF 1.90 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Trauma Informed Women's Treatment: Guidelines and Standards of Care
(PDF 2.46 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Lessons from the Heartland
(PDF 126 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Washington, DCRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Behavioral Health Issues Among Afghanistan and Iraq U.S. War Veterans (SMA12-4670)2012-08Rockville, MDPublication
System Collaboration and Linkages in the Tribal CommunitySAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-08Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Tribal In-Home Services Systems of CareSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-08Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Starting a Blended Housing/Treatment Model in Your Community
(PDF 1.3 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08Kearney, NEThrough the Eyes of the Child Statewide Summit
Tribal System Collaboration
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2012-08Lake Forest, CATribal Community Resources
Tribal In-Home Services System of Care: Working with Substance Abusing Families
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2012-08Lake Forest, CATribal Community Resources
UNCOPE Memo
(PDF 75.6 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-08NEPublication
Can You Get There From Here?
(PDF 1.2 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-07Wisconsin Rapids, WISeventh Annual Statewide Drug Endangered Children Conference
What You Need to Know About Child Well-Being and Serving Children in FDCsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-07Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
What About the Children? The Importance of Providing Services for Children in Family Drug Courts
(PDF 5.0 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-06Nashville, TN18th Annual Drug Court Training Conference
UNCOPE Screening Tool
(PDF 123 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-06Lake Forest, CAScreening, Assessment, Engagement and Retention
What About the Children? The Importance of Providing Services for Children in Family Drug Courts
(PDF 4.95 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-06Nashville, TNNational Association of Drug Court Professionals: 18th Annual Drug Court Training Conference
An In-Depth Look at "The Collaborative Practice Model for Family Recovery, Safety and Stability."SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-06Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Mental Health Disorders in School Age Children
(PDF 915 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-05Lake Forest, CAServices to Infants, Children and Youth
Role of Judicial Leadership and Ethical Considerations in Family Drug CourtsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-05Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Handouts
Promoting Recovery and Resilience for Children and Youth Involved in Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Systems (SMA-12-4697)
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2012-05Rockville, MDPublication
Engaging Women in Trauma-informed Peer Support: A Guidebook
(PDF 9.6 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-04Alexandria, VAPublication
What You Need to Know in Becoming a Trauma-Informed FDCSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-04Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Identifying and Responding to the Needs of Substance Exposed Infants and Their Families - It Takes a Collaborative
(PDF 1.57 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-04Washington, DCNational Association of Drug Court Professionals - 18th Annual Training
Building Bridges: A System of Care Approach to Supporting Families Affected by Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorders
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2012-04Washington, DC18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Enmeshed or Engaged: Program Evaluation Strategies in Cross System Programs
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2012-04Washington, DC18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Drug Testing: Managing Resources for Better Outcome
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2012-04Washington, DC18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Understanding Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Families Affected by Parental Substance Use Disorders
(PDF 987 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-04Washington, DC18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Regional Partnership Grant Program: Strengthening Bridges to Improve Outcomes for Families and Children Affected by Substance Use Disorders
(PDF 263 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-04Washington, DC18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Taking Your Problem Solving Court to Scale: Increasing and Expanding the Families Served
(PDF 3.36 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-04Denver, COColorado State Drug Court Conference
Improving Outcomes with Families: Review Family Drug Court Strategies and Outcomes
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2012-04Billings, MTMontana State Drug Court Conference
Don't Forget the Children
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2012-04Billings, MTMontana State Drug Court Conference
Engaging Respondent Parent Attorneys
(PDF 966 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-04Denver, COColorado State Drug Court Conference
Family Drug Courts - Improving Outcomes for Children and Families and Going to Scale
(PDF 3.29 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-03Osage Beach, MOMADCP 14th Annual Drug Court Conference
The Future of Policy and Practice for Substance Exposed Infants and Children
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2012-03Lake Forest, CANational Conference Workshop Webinars ( 2011-2012)
Memorandum of Understanding between DCFS and DPH
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2012-03Los Angeles, CAPublication
Implementing Evidence-Based Parenting in Family Drug CourtsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-03Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Understanding and addressing trauma in the lives of those we serve...
(PDF 1.31 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-03Alexandria, VASAMHSA Promoting Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint through Trauma-Informed Practices
Use of Jail as a Sanction in FDC - The Great DebateSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-02Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Regional Forums on Substance Abuse and Child Maltreatment
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2012-02KYPublication
Statement of Values and Principles
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2012-02KYPublication
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, CAHealth Care Reform
Day One: Georgia Family Drug Treatment Court Statewide Training
(PDF 3.94 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-02Savannah, GAGeorgia Family Drug Treatment Court Statewide Training
Day Two: Georgia Family Drug Treatment Court Statewide Training
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2012-02Savannah, GAGeorgia Family Drug Treatment Court Statewide Training
Facilitating Cross-System Collaboration: A Primer on Child Welfare, Alcohol and Other Drug Services, and Courts
(PDF 1.9 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012Rockville, MDPublication
Targeted Grants to Increase the Well-Being of, and to Improve the Permanency Outcomes for, Children Affected by Methamphetamine or Other Substance A
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2012Publication
Interventions for Adolescents in the Child Welfare System Who are Court Involved
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2012-01Lake Forest, CAServices to Infants, Children and Youth
Protocols for DCFS and DPH SAPC Pilot on Screening, Assessment and Access to Treatment for Substance Use through Project SAFE
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2012-01Los Angeles, CAPublication
NCTSN's Resource List by Audience
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2012-01Publication
Overview of Anchorage Family Drug Courts: Past and Present
(PDF 1.45 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2012-01Anchorage, AKAnchorage Family Care Court and Family Preservation Court
Representing Domestic Violence Survivors Who Are Experiencing Trauma and Other Mental Health Challenges: A Handbook for Attorneys
(PDF 843 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2011-12Chicago, ILPublication
Substance Abuse and PTSD in Military Families: Implications for Child Welfare Policies and Practices
(PDF 234 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2011-12Lake Forest, CAVeterans and Military Families
Teamwork with External Partners
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2011-11FLPublication
Moving Toward System Wide ChangeSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-11Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Court-Based Interventions for Pos-Tox and Drug Exposed Infants and Toddlers
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2011-11Publication
National Look at the Past, Present and Future of Family Drug Courts
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2011-10National Harbor, MDOJJDP 2011 Children's Justice and Safety Conference
Engaging Voluntary Clients
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2011-10Seattle, WAWashington State Drug Court Conference
Responding to Participant Behavior in Family Drug Courts
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2011-10Seattle, WAWashington State Drug Court Conference
Discussion Session on Developing FDC State Guidelines
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2011-10National Harbor, MDPhil Breitenbucher at OJJDP 2011 Children's Justice and Safety Conference
Family-Centered Care: Policy, Practice and Funding Innovations in Connecting Substance Abuse Treatment, Child Welfare and the Family Courts
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2011-10Nashua, NHWhen Parents Return from Prison or Jail: Using a Family-Centered Approach to Support Families Dealing with Reintegration Back Into the Family and ...
The Collaborative Practice Model for Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
(PDF 7.87 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2011-10National Harbor, MDChildren's Bureau Policy to Practice Dialogue
Regional Partnership Grant Program: Strengthening Bridges to Improve Outcomes for Families and Children Affected by Substance Use Disorders
(PDF 510 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2011-10National Harbor, MDChildren's Bureau Policy to Practice Dialogue
Confidentiality and Information Sharing
(PDF 330 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2011-10Yakima, WAWA State Co-Occuring Disorders Conference
Budget & Sustainability / Conducting a Cost AnalysisSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-10Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Continuum of Family-Based Services (handouts for presentation Family-Centered Care: Policy, Practice and Funding Innovations in Connecting Substan...)
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2011-10Nashua, NHPublication
A Strength-based Approach Toward Trauma-informed Treatment and Recovery Support for Women
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2011-09Hamilton, OHButler County On-Site Training
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We're in this Together: Family Drug Courts and Family Based Treatment
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2011-04Trenton, NJShared Values: Unified Child Welfare Practice Conference
Evidence-Based and Innovative Models
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2011Rockville, MDPublication
Methamphetamine: The National Summit to Promote Public Health, Partnerships, and Safety for Critically Affected Populations (SMA) 11-4647
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2011Rockville, MDPublication
Trauma-Informed Care for Women Veterans Experiencing Homelessness: A Guide for Service Providers
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IDTA Fact Pattern: NJ Composite
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2011Alexandria, VANational Association of State Mental Health Program Directors
The Collaborative Practice Model for Family, Safety and Recovery
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2011Publication
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2011-01San Diego, CAChadwick Center for Children and Families: 25th Anniversary Celebration of the San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment
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Substance Abuse, Child Welfare and the Courts: What's the Connection?
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Revisions Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs
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Parental Substance Use and Foster Care: Evidence from Two Methamphetamine Supply Shocks
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Creating Change through Collaboration: Substance Abuse and Child Welfare Policy and Practice Innovations
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Substance Exposed Newborns: Nature of the Problem and State of the Field
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Nebraska System Flow Chart: How Substance Abuse is Assessed/Treated in Parents in Child Welfare System
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Identified Issues from Essex FDC Walk Through
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Drug Testing in Child Welfare: A Discussion of Practice and Policy Considerations
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Child Protection Team (CPT) Protocol
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CPT Abuse Hotline Form
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Online Tutorials and Training Resources
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Family Treatment Drug Courts: Innovations with Impact from the Regional Partnership Grants
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Sacramento County, CA Drug Testing Policy - Drug Testing in Child Welfare: Practice and Policy Considerations, Appendices
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Drug Testing in Child Welfare: Practice and Policy Considerations
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2010Rockville, MDPublication
Drug Testing in Child Welfare—-Definitions and Terms
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2010Rockville, MDPublication
Substance Abuse Specialists in Child Welfare Agencies and Dependency Courts
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2010Rockville, MDPublication
Three-Year Methamphetamine Grant Coming to a Close: Northern Counties Share Lessons Learned
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2010CAPublication
Regional Partnerships: Creating Cross- Systems Strategies and Outcomes
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2010-01Washington, DCChild Welfare League of America 2010 National Conference
House File 2310 Legislative Report (HF 2310)
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2009-12IAPublication
Policy and Procedure Recommendations for Essex FDC
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Why It’'s Not Just One More Thing: Making A Stronger Case for Building the Bridges
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Creating Shared Outcomes among Child Welfare, Treatment, and Other Critical Services: The Challenge of Meth
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Best Practices in Kansas Child Welfare Law
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Responding to Prenatal Exposure: The Potential for Policy and Practice Changes
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2009-09Denver, COState Methamphetamine Task Force and Colorado Alliance for Drug Endangered Children Work Session to Address the Issue of Substance-Exposed Newborn
Parent Engagement Survey
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Funding and Sustaining Family-Centered Treatment for Women with Substance Use Disorders
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Child and Family Services Review Process: Partnering with Substance Abuse and Mental Health
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Engaging Parents in Substance Abuse Treatment: The Role of Recovery Specialists and Drug Testing in Child Welfare and Dependency CourtsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2009-03Atlanta, GA17th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Engaging Parents in Treatment, Recovery and Parenting: Effective Strategies
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Substance Abuse and Child Welfare: An Overview of the Issues and Models of Reform
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Why It’'s Not Just One More Thing: Substance Abuse and Child Maltreatment
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Why It's Not Just One More Thing: Substance Abuse and Child Maltreatment
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Nebraska's Response to Substance Abusing Parents in Child Welfare (handouts for presentation Nebraska's Response to Substance Abusing Parents, Data...
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2009Norfolk, NEPublication
Honoring Our Babies & Toddlers: Supporting Young Children
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Nebraska's Response to Substance Abusing Parents in Child Welfare: A Review of Cases that Opened in 2009
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2009NEPublication
Child Welfare, Substance Abuse Disorders and Dependency Courts: A Cross-System Annotated Bibliography
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Fathers of Substance-Exposed Infants During the Perinatal Period and Beyond
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Practice Guide for Child Welfare Professionals
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HF 2310 IDPH Data and Findings
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Multi-System Shared Values and Guiding Principles
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Collaborating to Meet the Needs of Families
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2008-10Washington, DCTCE Methamphetamine Grantee Meeting
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2008-10Washington, DCNational Drug Court Institute 4th Annual Meeting of State Coordinators
Funding Family-Centered Treatment for Women with Substance Use DisordersSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2008-08Washington, DCState Systems Development Program (SSDP VIII) Conference Partnering to Support Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care
Engaging Parents in Treatment, Recovery and Parenting: Effective Strategies of Specialized Treatment and Recovery Services (STARS)
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2008-07Nashville, TNDeveloping Local Systems of Care for Children and Adolescents with Emotional Disturbances and their Families: New Directions to Improve Outcomes ...
Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
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2008-07New Orleans, LANational Conference of State Legislatures Legislative Summit Pre-Conference Meeting
TIP 39: Substance Abuse Treatment And Family Therapy
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2008-07Rockville, MDPublication
Family Centered Services for Indian Children Impacted by Family Substance Use DisordersSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2008-06Irvine, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Substance Abuse Treatment, Child Welfare, and Court CollaborationSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2008-06Irving, CAWeb-Based Training Recording
Methamphetamine and Indian Child Welfare
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2008-06Yakama Nation, WAHope and Healing Conference
New York Gearing Up to Improve Outcomes for Families: A Collaborative Practice Guide for Managers and Supervisors in Child Welfare, Chemical ...
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2008-06NYPublication
Funding Family Centered-Treatment for Women with Substance Use Disorders
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2008-05Publication
Michigan Substance Abuse/Child Welfare Protocol for Screening, Assessment, Engagement, and Recovery (SAER)
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2008-04MIPublication
Prenatal Substance Exposure
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2008-04Berkeley, CAPublication
Virginia Perinatal Substance Use: Promoting Healthy Outcomes - Virginia Legal Requirements and Health Care Practice Implications for Hospitals ...
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Ensuring Sustainability for Drug Courts: An Overview of Funding Strategies
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2008-04Alexandria, VAPublication
TIP 25: Substance Abuse Treatment and Domestic Violence
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Components of a Drug-Free Workplace2008-03Washington, DCPublication
National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare: Family Drug Court Grantees
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2008-03Washington, DCCSAT Targeted Populations Branch, Drug Court Grantees Briefing on the impact of the Adoptions and Safe Families Act
Improving Outcomes for Families and Children, A Call to Action: Road Maps to New Destinations
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2008-03Brooklyn, NYNew York State-Wide ASAP (Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers) Conference on Improving Outcomes for Families and Children
It’'s Monday Morning, What Do We Do Now? Road Maps to New Destinations
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2008-02Pine Mountain, GAImplementing a State Strategy: Multiple Disciplines, One Vision Conference by the Georgia DEC Alliance
Meth: What's Cooking In Your Neighborhood?
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2008-02Rockville, MDThis is a power point presentation that provides a brief overview on methamphetamine, including effects on the individual and impact on the community
Pathways to Collaboration. Factors that Help and Hinder Collaboration between Substance Abuse and Child Welfare Fields
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2008Publication
Child Maltreatment: A Neurodevelopmental Perspective on the Role of Trauma and Neglect in Psychopathology
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2008Hoboken, NJPublication
Trauma-Informed Interventions: Clinical Research Evidence and Culture-Specific Information Project
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Models for Developing Trauma-Informed Behavioral Health Systems and Trauma-Specific Services
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Making it Count: Collaborative strategies that improve outcomes for families at the intersection of multiple systems
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Creating Trauma-Informed Child-Serving Systems
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Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement, Retention, and Recovery (SAFERR) - Introduction
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Developing and Supporting a Continuum of Child Welfare Services
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Matrix of Progress
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Collaborative Values Inventory
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Responding to Methamphetamine: Washington State's Promising Example
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Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice: Federal Agencies Could Play a Stronger Role in Helping States Reduce the Number of Children Placed Solely to ...
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Navigating the Pathways: Lessons and Promising Practices in Linking Alcohol and Drug Services with Child Welfare (TAP 27)
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The Brain's Response to Methamphetamine
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Methamphetamine: Abuse and Addiction
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Healing the Whole Family: A Look at Family Care Programs
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RSVP Drug Screening Protocol
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