Conferences

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TitleDateLocationPresenters/AuthorsResources
Trauma-Informed Care Walkthrough Project Report - Data and Findings
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2015-04Rockville, MDNational Center on Substance Abuse and Child WelfarePublication
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
Grants to Expand Services to Children Affected by Methamphetamine in Families Participating in Family Treatment Drug Court
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2014-11Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationChildren Affected by Methamphetamine (CAM) Brief
Practical Issues in the Implementation of the Matrix Model
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2014-10Lake Forest, CAJeanne ObertRPG Program Webinar Series
Opioid Use in Pregnancy: A Community's Approach, The Children and Recovering Mothers (CHARM) Collaborative
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2014-09Lake Forest, CANancy K Young, Sally Borden, Karen SheaCHARM Webinar
The Nurturing Program for Families in Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery
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2014-08Lake Forest, CADianna Christmans, Terri BogageEvidence 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, MDSubstnace Abuse and Mental Health Services Admin. Publication
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) Implementation
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2014-05Lake Forest, CATodd SosnaRPG Program Webinar Series
Final Synthesis and Summary Report Grantee InterviewsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2014-05Children's BureauPublication
Regional Partnership Grants - Enhanced Collaboration, Promising Results
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2014-04Lake Forest, CAElaine Voces Stedt, Ken DeCherchi, Chad RodiRPG Program Webinar Series
Working Effectively with Military Families: 10 Key Concepts All Providers Should Know
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2014Alexandria, VANational Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)Publication
Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Legislative Intent and General Overivew
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2014-01Washington, DCChildren's Bureau, Children and Family FuturesPublication
Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Overview of Grantees' Services and Interventions
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2014-01Washington, DCChildren's Bureau, Children and Family FuturesPublication
Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Effective Systems Linkages--Key Implementation and Evaluation Lessons
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2014-01Washington, DCChildren's Bureau, Children and Family FuturesPublication
Regional Partnership Grant (RGP) Program: Interim Safety, Permanency, Well-Being, and Recovery Outcomes
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2014-01Washington, DCChildren's Bureau, Children and Family FuturesPublication
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, GAPhil Breitenbucher, Erin HallThe 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, OKLinda CarpenterOklahoma 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, CAChad Rodi, Russ BermejoNational Conference on Addiction Disorders
Changing Our Practice to Change the Futures of Children and Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders
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2013-09Altoona, IANancy K. YoungIowa Children's Justice Summit
Trauma-Informed Legal Advocacy: Practice Scenarios
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2013-09Chicago, ILNational Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental HealthPublication
Research Report Series: Methamphetamine (NIH Publication Number 13-4210)
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2013-09National Institute on Drug AbusePublication
Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Roundtable: Current Issues and New Directions in Creating Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Systems
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2013-08National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)Publication
Regional Partnership Grant Program: Strengthening Bridges to Improve Outcomes for Families and Children Affected by Substance Use Disorder
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2013-08Nashville, TNNancy K Young, Sharon BolesNational Child Welfare Evaluation Summit
Passing the Judicial Baton: Why Judicial Leadership and Succession Planning Matter in FDC
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2013-08Irvine, CAKyle Haskins, Erica YewNational 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, DCPhil Breitenbucher, Erin Hall, Chad RodiNational 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, DCNancy K Young, Wayne S. Hansen JrNational Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Perspectives on Engaging Fathers in Your Family Drug Court
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2013-07Washington, DCRuss Bermejo, Kyle Haskins, Honorable Susan KettlewellThe 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, DCKaren Ashby, Commissioner Phillip Britt, Kyle Haskins, Judge Erica YewThe 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, DCJeffrey Kushner, Gregory Robinson, Nancy K YoungThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Family Drug Court Guidelines
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2013-07Washington, DCPhil Breitenbucher, Jane Pfeifer, Meghan M WheelerThe 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, DCVivian Brown, Merith Cosden, Chris Sweson-Smith, Judge Erica YewThe 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, DCNancy K Young, Tianna RoyeThe 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, DCNancy K Young, Wayne S. Hansen JrThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Community Supervision and Support
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2013-07Washington, DCJane Pfeifer, Lilas Rajaee, Jean N. CottierThe National Association of Drug Court Professionals 19th Annual Training Conferences
Partnering With Fathers
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2013-07Washington, DCHonorable Susan Kettlewell, Honorable Kyle Haskins, Russ BermejoThe 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, DCAngelica Glass, Jennie Cole-Mossman, Nancy K Young, Lynne KatzThe 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, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationWebcast
Using Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Practice to Improve Placement Stability: Breakthrough Series Collaborative Promising Practices and Lessons Learned
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2013-06Los Angeles, CANational Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), J. Agosti, L. Conradi, J. Halladay Goldman, H. LanganPublication
Methamphetamine/Dextroamphetamine and Pregnancy
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2013-06Organization of Teratology Information Specialists (OTIS)Publication
Promoting Social and Emotional Well-Being for Children of Incarcerated Parents
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2013-06Washington, DCFederal Interagency Working Group for Children of Incarcerated ParentsPublication
Childhood Trauma in Indian CountrySAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2013-06Oklahoma City, OKDolores Subia BigFootChildhood Trauma Series in Indian Country
Developing Trauma-Informed Organizations
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2013-06Lake Forest, CANorma Finkelstein, Laurie MarkoffRPG Program Webinar Series
Guidance to States: Recommendations for Developing Family Drug Court Guidelines
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2013-05Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Phil Breitenbucher, Jane PfeiferPublication
Child Exposure to Trauma: Comparative Effectiveness of Interventions Addressing Maltreatment
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2013-04Rockville, MDAgency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Fraser Goldman, S. Lloyd, R. Murphy, M. Crowson, C. Casanueva, A. Zolotor, M. Coker-Schwimmer, K. Letourneau, A. Gilbert, T. Swinson Evans, K. Crotty, M. ViswanathanPublication
Implementation Teams and Your Collaborative Structure: The SAFERR Model of Collaborative Development
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2013-04Alexandria, VAKen DeCerchio, Nancy HansenOffice on Child Abuse and Neglect, Network for Action Meeting, RPG II Annual Meeting
Implementing Evidence-Based Parenting Programs
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2013-04Alexandria, VALinda Carpenter, Jane PfeiferOffice 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
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2013-04Tulsa, OKPaulette Running Wolf31st 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, MIPamela Peterson-BastonThe 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, MIPamela Petersen-BastonThe 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, MDCathleen Otero, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Sidney L Gardner, MPA - Senior Policy Advisor, NCSACWPublication
Creating Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Systems: A Guide for Administrators
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2013San Diego, CAChadwick Trauma-Informed Systems ProjectPublication
Essential Components of Trauma-Informed Judicial Practice
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2013Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
CW360 Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Practice Winter 2013
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2013MNUniversity of MinnesotaPublication
Leveraging Culture to Address Health Inequalities: Examples from Native Communities: Workshop Summary
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2013Washington, DCIOM (Institute of Medicine)Publication
Creating a Place of Healing and Forgiveness: The Trauma-Informed Care Initiative at the Women's Community Correctional Center of Hawaii
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2013Alexandria, VANational Center for Trauma Informed Care (NCTIC)Publication
Examining the Theory of Historical Trauma Among Native Americans
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2013SDKathleen Brown-RicePublication
Substance Use Disorders and Trauma among Parents in the Child Welfare System
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2013-01Lake Forest, CACathleen Otero, Amanda Archer7th Annual International Conference of Child and Family Maltreatment
Behavioral Health of Parents/Caregivers: Impact on Children in Child Welfare System2013-01Washington, DCPamela Hyde - Administrator, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationRegional 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, CACathleen Otero, Amanda Archer7th 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, DCNancy K YoungThe Regional Parterniship Grant II Kick-off Meeting
NCSACW Programmatic Technical Assistance
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2013-01Washington, DCKen DeCerchioThe Regional Parterniship Grant II Kick-off Meeting
NCSACW Technical Assistance Resources
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2013-01Washington, DCKen DeCerchioThe 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, CASid GardnerVeterans 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, IACathleen Otero, Melissa Lujan9th Annual National Drug Endangered Children Conference
Family Drug Court Models - Parallel vs. IntegratedSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-10Irvine, CAJudge Karen Adam, Karen AshbyWeb-Based Training Recording
Ensuring Effective and Quality Drug Treatment in FDCsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-09Irvine, CAPam Baston, Honorable Nicolette Pach, Theresa LemusWeb-Based Training Recording
The Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Enhancing Collaboration, Promising Results
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2012-09Irvine, CASharon Boles, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Kimberly Dennis, Ken DeCerchioPublication
Domestic Violence: Screening, Brief Intervention and Referrals
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2012-09Anaheim, CALarry BennettFamily 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, CABrenda Roche, Penny ClodfelterFamily 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, CAMolly Merrigan, Penny Clodfelter, LCSW, LMSWFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Challenges and Solutions in Operating a Rural FDC
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2012-09Anaheim, CABeverly Snow, Commissioner Phillip Britt, Judge Tamara MosbargerFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Engaging Fathers in Your FDC
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2012-09Anaheim, CAJudge Karen AdamFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Engaging the Community / Marketing to Stakeholders
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2012-09Anaheim, CATamara Wagner, Pamela Miller 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, CALynnette QuaidFamily 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, CAShannon CareyFamily 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, CANancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWFamily 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, CALynne KatzFamily 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, CAMeghan M Wheeler, Judge Jeri CohenFamily 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, CAJudge Erica Yew, Vivian BrownFamily 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, CARandolph D MuckFamily 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, CAJohn Passalacqua, Teresa AndersonFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Research Update on Family Drug Courts
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2012-09Anaheim, CADouglas B MarloweFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Where Do We Go from Here?
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2012-09Anaheim, CAJudge Jeri Cohen, Judge Erica YewFamily 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, CAPaul CaryFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Trauma Services for Women and Girls
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2012-09Anaheim, CAStephanie CovingtonFamily 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, CAAlisha F SaulsburyFamily 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, CABrian MeyerFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Effective Use of Rewards and Sanctions
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2012-09Anaheim, CADouglas B MarloweFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Engaging and Retaining Voluntary or Reluctant Clients
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2012-09Anaheim, CALaura Peveto, Marian KubiakFamily 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, CAStephanie CovingtonFamily 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, CASharon DiPirro-Beard, Pamela Miller, Julia Roguski - Director Child Protective ServicesFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Addressing Child Trauma
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2012-09Anaheim, CACharles WilsonFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
The Impact of Prenatal Substance Exposure on Children and Adolescents
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2012-09Anaheim, CAErin TelfordFamily Drug Courts: A National Symposium to Improve Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
Sustainability
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2012-08Washington, DCRita Sullivan, Kathy Icenhower, Laura PevetoRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Cost Analysis
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2012-08Washington, DCKevin Bush, Thomas McDonald, Melissa LujanRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
From Collaboration to Teaming
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2012-08Washington, DCKari Hearod, Kristie Brooks, Kimberly-Ann Coe, Marc Carr, Kim Bishop-Stevens, Jen ParksRegional Partnership Grantee Close Out Meeting
White Earth Band of Chippewa Cultural Assessment
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2012-08Washington, DCCyndi Anderson, Jeri Jasken, Toni NapierRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been
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2012-08Washington, DCRuth Huebner, Kathryn A Bowen, Lenore Olsen, Jason LauRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Addressing the Social and Emotional Well-Being Children
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2012-08Washington, DCBrenda Roche, Lynn Pimentel, Kathy DeanRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Engaging Families in Recovery Support and Continuing Care
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2012-08Washington, DCTina LaPrade, Kaffie McCulough, Theresa WilletRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Implementing Evidenced Based Parenting Programs: Sharing Experiences, Strategies and Outcomes
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2012-08Washington, DCApril Toineeta, Jody Brook, Terri Bogage, Sharon DiPirro-BeardRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Trauma Informed Women's Treatment: Guidelines and Standards of Care
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2012-08Washington, DCSushma TaylorRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Lessons from the Heartland
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2012-08Washington, DCGail Barber, Kathy ThompsonRegional Partnership Grantee Annual Close Out Meeting
Behavioral Health Issues Among Afghanistan and Iraq U.S. War Veterans (SMA12-4670)2012-08Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
System Collaboration and Linkages in the Tribal CommunitySAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-08Irvine, CANadja JonesWeb-Based Training Recording
Tribal In-Home Services Systems of CareSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-08Irvine, CAAshley HardingWeb-Based Training Recording
Starting a Blended Housing/Treatment Model in Your Community
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2012-08Kearney, NERandin Roland, Pam Baston, Carolyn ThieleThrough the Eyes of the Child Statewide Summit
Tribal System Collaboration
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2012-08Lake Forest, CANadja JonesTribal Community Resources
Tribal In-Home Services System of Care: Working with Substance Abusing Families
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2012-08Lake Forest, CATerry L CrossTribal Community Resources
UNCOPE Memo
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2012-08NENebraska IDTA ProjectPublication
Can You Get There From Here?
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2012-07Wisconsin Rapids, WIPamela BastonSeventh Annual Statewide Drug Endangered Children Conference
What You Need to Know About Child Well-Being and Serving Children in FDCsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-07Irvine, CAPhil Breitenbucher, Clare Anderson, Charles Wilson, Jennifer Pabustan-ClaarWeb-Based Training Recording
What About the Children? The Importance of Providing Services for Children in Family Drug Courts
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2012-06Nashville, TNSharon Boles, Linda Carpenter, Sharon DiPirro-Beard18th Annual Drug Court Training Conference
UNCOPE Screening Tool
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2012-06Lake Forest, CADr. Norm HoffmanScreening, Assessment, Engagement and Retention
What About the Children? The Importance of Providing Services for Children in Family Drug Courts
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2012-06Nashville, TNSharon Boles, Linda Carpenter, Sharon DiPirro-BeardNational 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, CACathleen OteroWeb-Based Training Recording
Mental Health Disorders in School Age Children
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2012-05Lake Forest, CAErin Relford, Anne Wells, Lauren KingServices to Infants, Children and Youth
Role of Judicial Leadership and Ethical Considerations in Family Drug CourtsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-05Irvine, CALeonard Edwards, Honorable Nicolette PachWeb-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, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
Engaging Women in Trauma-informed Peer Support: A Guidebook
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2012-04Alexandria, VANational Center for Trauma Informed Care (NCTIC)Publication
What You Need to Know in Becoming a Trauma-Informed FDCSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-04Irvine, CAJudge Erica Yew, Vivian BrownWeb-Based Training Recording
Identifying and Responding to the Needs of Substance Exposed Infants and Their Families - It Takes a Collaborative
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2012-04Washington, DCLinda Carpenter, Ira ChasnoffNational 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, DCDahlia Austin, Ken DeCerchio, Kathy Pokoik18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Enmeshed or Engaged: Program Evaluation Strategies in Cross System Programs
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2012-04Washington, DCSharon Boles, Ruth Huebner18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Drug Testing: Managing Resources for Better Outcome
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2012-04Washington, DCPhil Breitenbucher, Peter Panzarella, Samuel Moy18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Understanding Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Families Affected by Parental Substance Use Disorders
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2012-04Washington, DCKen DeCerchio, Jason Fields, Linda Mann18th 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
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2012-04Washington, DCSharon Boles, Elaine Stedt18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Taking Your Problem Solving Court to Scale: Increasing and Expanding the Families Served
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2012-04Denver, COPhil Breitenbucher, Roger B Larsen, Kathy WheelerColorado State Drug Court Conference
Improving Outcomes with Families: Review Family Drug Court Strategies and Outcomes
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2012-04Billings, MTPhil BreitenbucherMontana State Drug Court Conference
Don't Forget the Children
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2012-04Billings, MTSidney L Gardner, MPA - Senior Policy Advisor, NCSACWMontana State Drug Court Conference
Engaging Respondent Parent Attorneys
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2012-04Denver, COPhil Breitenbucher, Roger B Larsen, Kathy WheelerColorado State Drug Court Conference
Family Drug Courts - Improving Outcomes for Children and Families and Going to Scale
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2012-03Osage Beach, MOPhil BreitenbucherMADCP 14th Annual Drug Court Conference
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)
Memorandum of Understanding between DCFS and DPH
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2012-03Los Angeles, CACalifornia Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), California Department of Public Health (DPH), California IDTA ProjectPublication
Implementing Evidence-Based Parenting in Family Drug CourtsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2012-03Irvine, CALynne Katz, Jody Brook, Tianna RoyeWeb-Based Training Recording
Understanding and addressing trauma in the lives of those we serve...
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2012-03Alexandria, VAJoan GilleceSAMHSA 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, CALeonard Edwards, Kyle Haskins, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, John Passalacqua, Hillary KushinsWeb-Based Training Recording
Regional Forums on Substance Abuse and Child Maltreatment
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2012-02KYKentucky Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental and Individual Disabilities, Kentucky Department of Community Based Services, Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Kentucky Department of Family and Juvenile Services, Administrative Office of the Courts, Kentucky IDTA ProjectPublication
Statement of Values and Principles
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2012-02KYKentucky Department of Community Based Services, Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental and Individual Disabilities, Kentucky Department of Family and Juvenile Services, Administrative Office of the Courts, Kentucky IDTA ProjectPublication
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
Day One: Georgia Family Drug Treatment Court Statewide Training
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2012-02Savannah, GAPhil Breitenbucher, Meghan M Wheeler, Honorable Nicolette PachGeorgia Family Drug Treatment Court Statewide Training
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2012-02Savannah, GAPhil Breitenbucher, Meghan M Wheeler, Honorable Nicolette PachGeorgia Family Drug Treatment Court Statewide Training
Facilitating Cross-System Collaboration: A Primer on Child Welfare, Alcohol and Other Drug Services, and Courts
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2012Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
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, CARandolph MuchServices 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, CALos Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Substance Abuse Prevention and ControlPublication
NCTSN's Resource List by Audience
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2012-01National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)Publication
Overview of Anchorage Family Drug Courts: Past and Present
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2012-01Anchorage, AKJudge Sen K Tan, Robert Polley, Phil BreitenbucherAnchorage Family Care Court and Family Preservation Court
Representing Domestic Violence Survivors Who Are Experiencing Trauma and Other Mental Health Challenges: A Handbook for Attorneys
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2011-12Chicago, ILNational Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental HealthPublication
Substance Abuse and PTSD in Military Families: Implications for Child Welfare Policies and Practices
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2011-12Lake Forest, CABrian L MeyerVeterans and Military Families
Teamwork with External Partners
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2011-11FLFlorida IDTA Project, Florida Department of Children and Families, Florida Department of Health, Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Pinellas County Sheriff's OfficePublication
Moving Toward System Wide ChangeSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-11Irvine, CALeonard Edwards, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWWeb-Based Training Recording
Court-Based Interventions for Pos-Tox and Drug Exposed Infants and Toddlers
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2011-11Judge Erica YewPublication
National Look at the Past, Present and Future of Family Drug Courts
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2011-10National Harbor, MDNancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWOJJDP 2011 Children's Justice and Safety Conference
Engaging Voluntary Clients
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2011-10Seattle, WAAlexis Balkey, Linda CarpenterWashington State Drug Court Conference
Responding to Participant Behavior in Family Drug Courts
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2011-10Seattle, WAAlexis Balkey, Linda CarpenterWashington State Drug Court Conference
Discussion Session on Developing FDC State Guidelines
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2011-10National Harbor, MDNancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWPhil 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, NHDr. Nancy K Young - Executive Director, Children and Family Futures, Susan LundWhen 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
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2011-10National Harbor, MDDr. Nancy K Young - Executive Director, Children and Family FuturesChildren's Bureau Policy to Practice Dialogue
Regional Partnership Grant Program: Strengthening Bridges to Improve Outcomes for Families and Children Affected by Substance Use Disorders
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2011-10National Harbor, MDSharon Boles, Ken DeCerchioChildren's Bureau Policy to Practice Dialogue
Confidentiality and Information Sharing
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2011-10Yakima, WALinda CarpenterWA State Co-Occuring Disorders Conference
Budget & Sustainability / Conducting a Cost AnalysisSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-10Irvine, CAPhil Breitenbucher, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWWeb-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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2011-09Lansing, MIPamela Woll, Pamela WollPublication
Baby Steps: Caring for Babies with Prenatal Substance Exposure
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2011-09Vancouver Coastal Region Safe Babies Program, Ministry of Children and Family Development, Coast Fraser Region, Ministry of Children and Family Development, Vancouver Coastal Health, Vancouver Aboriginal Child & Family Services SocietyPublication
Why It's Not Just One More Thing: Substance Abuse and Child Maltreatment (Feburary 2009)
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2011-09San Bernardino, CASid Gardner25th Annual Children's Network Conference
Bringing Systems Together to Promote Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
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2011-09National Harbor, MDLinda Carpenter, Cathleen Otero, Christine Sabino KieselPieces Together for Children and Families: The National Conference on Substance Abuse, Child Welfare and the Courts
The Role of Recovery Specialists in Substance Abuse Treatment, Child Welfare and Dependency Courts
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2011-09Hamilton, OHSandy RobinsonButler County On-Site Training
Engaging Parents in Treatment, Recovery and Parenting: Effective Strategies of Specialized Treatment and Recovery Services (STARS)
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2011-09Hamilton, OHButler County On-Site Training
Nebraska's Response to Substance Abusing Parents, Data and Implications from a Court File Review
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2011-09Norfolk, NEPam BastonThrough the Eyes of the Child Initiative: Regional Conference
The Collaborative Practice Model for Child Safety, Permanency, and Family Recovery: An In-Depth Look at Program Strategies for Improved Outcomes ...
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2011-09National Harbor, MDCathleen OteroPutting the Pieces Together: The National Conference on Substance Abuse and the Courts
An Interactive Discussion Session on Developing Family Drug Court State Guidelines
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2011-09National Harbor, MDPhil Breitenbucher, Honorable Nicolette PachPutting the Pieces Together for Children and Families: The National Conference on Substance Abuse, Child Welfare and the Courts
Evaluating FDC: Documenting Outcomes and Cost Offsets
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2011-09National Harbor, MDSharon Boles, Sid GardnerPutting the Pieces Together for Children and Families: The National Conference on Substance Abuse, Child Welfare and the Courts
Ready...Or Not: A Look at Progress to Date and Challenges to Come
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2011-09National Harbor, MDNancy K YoungPutting the Pieces Together: The National Conference on Substance Abuse and the Courts
Strengthening Bridges to Improve Outcomes for Families and Children Affected by Substance Use Disorders
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2011-09National Harbor, MDKen DeCerchio, Sharon BolesPutting the Pieces Together: The National Conference on Substance Abuse and the Courts
The Future of Policy and Practice for Substance Exposed Infants and ChildrenSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-09National Harbor, MDSid Gardner, Ira ChasnoffPutting the Pieces Together: The National Conference on Substance Abuse and the Courts
Cross-Cultural Skills and Tools for Serving Tribal Families with Substance Abuse Issues
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2011-09National Harbor, MDPaulette Running WolfPutting the Pieces Together: The National Conference on Substance Abuse and the Courts
Bringing Systems Together to Promote Family Recovery
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2011-09National Harbor, MDLinda Carpenter, Cathleen OteroPutting the Pieces Together: The National Conference on Substance Abuse and the Courts
Practice Implications and Potential Pitfalls: What You Really Need to Know about Drug Testing
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2011-09National Harbor, MDNancy Hansen, Charles P. LoDico, Ronald Rlegel, Kathryn ThompsonPutting the Pieces Together: The National Conference on Substance Abuse and the Courts
Helping Men Recover: A New Framework for Men's Treatment
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2011-09National Harbor, MDDan GriffinPutting the Pieces Together: The National Conference on Substance Abuse and the Courts
Part Two: Nebraska's Response to Substance Abusing Parents, Data and Implications from a Court File Review
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2011-09Lexington, NEPam BastonThrough the Eyes of the Child Initiative: Regional Conference
Part One: Nebraska's Response to Substance Abusing Parents, Data and Implications from a Court File Review
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2011-09Sidney, NEPam BastonThrough the Eyes of the Child Initiative: Regional Conference
Services Integration, First Make Sure You Are Singing the Same Song
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2011-09Orlando, FLKen DeCerchioFlorida Family Accountability Summit
Regional Partnership Grant Program, Strengthening Bridges to Improve Outcomes for Families and Children Affected by Substance Use Disorders
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2011-08Washington, DCNancy K Young, Sharon Boles2011 National Child Welfare Evaluation Summit
Raising the Bar on Collaboration, Meeting the Needs of Drug Endangered Children and Their Families Too!
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2011-08Topeka, KSLinda Carpenter7th Annual Kansas Alliance for Drug Endangered Children Conference
The Role of Recovery Specialists in Substance Abuse Treatment, Child Welfare and Dependency Courts
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2011-08Lake Forest, CASandy RobinsonThe Role of Recovery Specialists
Joint Accountability and Shared Outcomes
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2011-08Lake Forest, CASid Gardner, Sharon Boles, Phil BreitenbucherEarly Implementation Community
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Series, Part II of II: Medication Assisted Treatment During Pregnancy, Post-natal and Beyond
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2011-08Lake Forest, CACathleen Otero, Karol KaltenbachMedication Assisted Treatment Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
Trauma-Specific Interventions for Justice-Involved Individuals
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2011-08Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
Medication Assisted Treatment During Pregnancy, Postnatal and BeyondSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-08Irvine, CANancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWWeb-Based Training Recording
Early Implementation - Joint Accountability and Shared OutcomesSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-08Irvine, CASid Gardner, Sharon Boles, Phil BreitenbucherWeb-Based Training Recording
Medication Assisted Treatment For Families Affected by Substance Abuse DisordersSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-07Irvine, CANancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWWeb-Based Training Recording
Early Implementation Community: Critical Issues in Running an FDCSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-07Irvine, CALeonard Edwards, Penny Clodfelter, Sid Gardner, Phil BreitenbucherWeb-Based Training Recording
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Series, Part I of II: Understanding MAT for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders
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2011-07Lake Forest, CANancy K Young, Mark W ParrinoMedication Assisted Treatment Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
Partnership and Collaboration in Home Visiting; Making A Commitment to Serve At-risk Families
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2011-07Lake Forest, CASid Gardner, Ken DeCherchioHome Visiting Webinar Series
First Responders and Lasting Back-up, DEC as a Door Into a Continuum of Care
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2011-07LaCrosse, WISid GardnerSixth Annual Statewide Drug Endangered Children (DEC) Conference
Engaging Fathers in Family Drug Courts
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2011-07National Harbor, MDPhil Breitenbucher, Dan GriffinNational Association of Drug Court Professionals: 17th Annual Drug Court Training
A National Look at the Past, Present and Future of Family Drug Courts
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2011-07New York, NYNancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Leonard EdwardsNational Association of Juvenile and Family Drug Court Training
Dependency Drug Court Interventions, Ensuring Effective Treatment
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2011-07Washington, DCHonorable Nicolette Pach, Pam BastonAmerican Bar Association: National Conference on Children and the Law
Real Systems Reform
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2011-07National Harbor, MDNancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Phil Breitenbucher, Sharon Boles, Sharon DiPirro-BeardNational Association of Drug Court Professionals: 17th Annual Drug Court Training
Taking Family Dependency Treatment Courts to Scale, Enhancing and Expanding Services to Children and Families
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2011-07National Harbor, MDPhil Breitenbucher, Pamela MillerNational Association of Drug Court Professionals: 17th Annual Drug Court Training
A National Look at the Past Present and Future of Family Drug Courts
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2011-06Pima County, AZNancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWPima County Ten Year Family Treatment Drug Court Celebration
Early Engagement Strategies: Substance Abuse Specialists Models to Ensure Timely Access to Services for Families Involved in Child Welfare
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2011-06Orlando, FLKen DeCerchioStrategy Summit for Child Protective Investigators Champions
We're in this Together: Family Drug Courts and Family Based Treatment
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2011-06Indianapolis, INSidney L Gardner, MPA - Senior Policy Advisor, NCSACWAnnual Meeting of Juvenile Court Judicial Officers
Drug Testing Practice Bench Card
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2011-06IAIowa Department of Public Health, Iowa Department of Human Services, Iowa Judicial DepartmentPublication
Early Implementation Community, Special Topic: Responding to Participant Behavior in Family Drug CourtsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-06Irvine, CAPhil Breitenbucher, Cindy Schaeffer, Honorable Nicolette PachWeb-Based Training Recording
Substance Abuse and Child Welfare: An Overview of the Issue and Models of Reform
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2011-06Anchorage, AKNancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW37th Annual School on Addictions and Behavioral Health
Enhanced Community, Special Topic: Engaging the Community & Marketing to StakeholdersSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-05Irvine, CASid Gardner, Phil Breitenbucher, Ellie ObenWeb-Based Training Handouts
Navigating Resources for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders
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2011-05Lake Forest, CACathleen OteroNCSACW Resources Webinar Series
Raising the Bar: Meeting the Needs of Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders
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2011-05Lake Forest, CALinda Carpenter, Hanh DaoNCSACW Resources Webinar Series
Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement, Family Retention and Recovery
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2011-05Anchorage, AKLinda Carpenter, Terry Cross37th Annual School on Addictions and Behavioral Health
Building Capacity Through Training Initiatives
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2011-05Anchorage, AKNancy K Young, Linda Carpenter37th Annual School on Addictions and Behavioral Health
Family-Centered Treatment for Women with Substance Use Disorders
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2011-05Anchorage, AKNancy K Young, Terry Cross37th Annual School on Addictions and Behavioral Health
Partnerships, Policies and Practices: Meeting the Needs of Children Affected by Parents with Substance Use Disorders
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2011-05Anchorage, AKLinda Carpenter, Terry Cross37th Annual School on Addictions and Behavioral Health
Substance Abuse and Child Welfare: An Overview of the Issues and Models of Reform
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2011-05Anchorage, AKNancy K Young37th Annual School on Addictions and Behavioral Health
Raising the Bar: Meeting the Needs of Families Affected by Substance Use DisordersSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-05Irvine, CALinda Carpenter, Hanh DaoWeb-Based Training Recording
Navigating Resources for Families Affected by Substance Use DisordersSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-05Irvine, CACathleen OteroWeb-Based Training Recording
Meaningful Partnerships and Collaboration: Supporting Successful Program Implementation and Sustainability
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2011-04Irvine, CASidney L Gardner, MPA - Senior Policy Advisor, NCSACWHRSA/ACF
Relapse and Engagement
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2011-04Trenton, NJNancy K Young, Pam Baston, Sandy RobinsonShared Values: Unified Child Welfare Practice Conference
Evidence-Based and Innovative Models
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2011-04Trenton, NJNancy K Young, Pam Baston, Sandy RobinsonShared Values: Unified Child Welfare Practice Conference
Data and Information
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2011-04Trenton, NJNancy K Young, Pam Baston, Sandy RobinsonShared Values: Unified Child Welfare Practice Conference
Values Driven Practice: Jurisdiction Examples
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2011-04Trenton, NJNancy K Young, Pam Baston, Sandy RobinsonShared Values: Unified Child Welfare Practice Conference
Drug Testing White Paper
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2011-04KYKentucky IDTA Project, Kentucky Department of Community Based Services, Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental and Individual Disabilities, Kentucky Department of Family and Juvenile Services, Administrative Office of the CourtsPublication
Early Implementation Community, Special Topic: Trauma-Informed ServicesSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-04Irvine, CAEllie Oben, Norma Finkelstein, Vivian BrownWeb-Based Training Recording
Early Implementation Community, Special Topic: Services to ChildrenSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-03Irvine, CAIra Chasnoff, Judge Erica YewWeb-Based Training Recording
Behavioral Health and Tribal Communities2011-03Rockville, MDPamela Hyde - Administrator, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationNational Congress of American Indians, Tribal Nations Legislative Summit
Methamphetamine Abuse in Women of Reproductive Age
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2011-03Washington, DCAmerican Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ Committee on Health Care for Underserved WomenPublication
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
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2011-03Washington, DCAmerican Academy of Child and Adolescent PsychiatryPublication
Engaging Marginalized Parties in Family Drug Courts
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2011-03Reno, NVPhil Breitenbucher, Dan Griffin, Leonard EdwardsNational Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges: National Conference on Juvenile and Family Law
Enhanced Community, Special Topic: Engaging Fathers in Family Drug CourtsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-02Irvine, CAPhil Breitenbucher, Dan Griffin, Sanford RobinsonWeb-Based Training Recording
Addressing the Needs of Women and Girls: Core Competencies for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Service Professionals (SMA) 11-4657
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2011Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
Methamphetamine: The National Summit to Promote Public Health, Partnerships, and Safety for Critically Affected Populations (SMA) 11-4647
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2011Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
Trauma-Informed Care for Women Veterans Experiencing Homelessness: A Guide for Service Providers
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2011Washington, DCU.S. Department of Labor, Women's BureauPublication
IDTA Fact Pattern: NJ Composite
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2011NJNew Jersey IDTA ProjectPublication
Developing Trauma Informed Systems that Can Support People in the Community
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2011Alexandria, VATim TurnerNational Association of State Mental Health Program Directors
The Collaborative Practice Model for Family, Safety and Recovery
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2011Irvine, CAChildren and Family FuturesPublication
Intro to Cross-System Data Sources in Child Welfare, Alcohol and Other Drug Services, and Courts
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2011Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
What Works for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders: Innovations and Impact to Break the Cycle of Child Abuse and Neglect Associated with ...
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2011-01San Diego, CALinda Carpenter, Marc Herring, Lynn PimentlChadwick Center for Children and Families: 25th Anniversary Celebration of the San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment
Part Two: Partnerships, Policies and Practices - A collaborative framework for addressing the complex needs of drug endangered children and their ...
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2010-11Dallas, TXLinda CarpenterNational Alliance for Drug Endangered Children: 2010 Drug Endangered Children Conference
Part One: Partnerships, Policies and Practices - A collaborative framework for addressing the complex needs of drug endangered children and their ...
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2010-11Dallas, TXLinda CarpenterNational Alliance for Drug Endangered Children: 2010 Drug Endangered Children Conference
Sustaining and Marketing Your Family Drug Court
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2010-11Austin, TXPhil Breitenbucher, Katy Gallagher-Parker, Laura PevetoTexas Family Treatment Drug Court Roundtable
An Introduction to the Family Drug Court Learning Academy and Technical Assistance ProgramSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-11Irvine, CAPhil Breitenbucher, Gwen WilliamsWeb-Based Training Recording
Introduction to the Family Drug Court Training and Technical Assistance Programs
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2010-11Austin, TXPhil Breitenbucher Texas Family Drug Court Roundtable
Responding to Daily Practice Issues - Alternative Response Strategies for Families Affected by Parental Substance Use Disorders
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2010-11Anaheim, CACathleen Otero, Hanh DaoAmerican Humane Association: 5th Annual Conference on Differential Response in Child Welfare
Collaborating to Meet the Needs of Families Affected by Parental Substance Use
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2010-11Dallas, TXLinda Carpenter, Pamela Miller, Shannon StokesNational Alliance for Drug Endangered Children: 2010 Drug Endangered Children Conference
Family Centered Treatment- Policy, Practice and Funding Innovations in Connecting Substance Abuse Treatment, Child Welfare and the Courts
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2010-11Washington, DCFrancine FeinburgTherapeutic Communities of America: National Addiction Treatment and Prevention Conference
Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement and Retention
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2010-11Columbia, SCPam BastonUniversity of South Carolina: Children's Law Conference
Enhanced Community, Special Topics Webinar: Engaging Defense AttorneysSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-11Irvine, CAHillary Kushins, John Passalacqua, Phil BreitenbucherWeb-Based Training Recording
Substance Abuse, Child Welfare and the Courts: What's the Connection?
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2010-11Columbia, SCPamela Peterson-BastonChildren's Law Conference
Family Drug Court Learning Academy: Module 5 - Information Sharing and Data SystemsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-10Irvine, CANancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Phil Breitenbucher, Ruth HuebnerWeb-Based Training Recording
Revisions Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs
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2010-10Washington, DCGovernment Printing Office, Federal RegisterPublication
Family Drug Court Learning Academy: Module 4 - Engagement and RetentionSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-09Irvine, CANancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Phil Breitenbucher, Theresa Lemus, Sanford RobinsonWeb-Based Training Recording
Overview of Propensity Score Matching, Part 1 of 2SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-09Irvine, CAKen DeCerchio, Shenyang GuoWeb-Based Training Recording
Optimal Propensity Score Matching, Part 2 of 2SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-09Irvine, CAKen DeCerchio, Shenyang GuoWeb-Based Training Recording
Parental Substance Use and Foster Care: Evidence from Two Methamphetamine Supply Shocks
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2010-09New Orleans, LATulane University, Scott Cunningham, Keith FinlayPublication
Mental Health Screenings and Trauma-Related Counseling in Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities (N-SSATS Report)2010-09Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
Family Drug Court Learning Academy: Module 3 - Screening and AssessmentSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-08Irvine, CASid Gardner, Phil Breitenbucher, Theresa LemusWeb-Based Training Handouts
Family Drug Court Learning Academy: Module 2 - Principles of Collaborative PracticeSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-07Irvine, CAKen DeCerchio, Phil Breitenbucher, Honorable Nicolette PachWeb-Based Training Recording
Creating Change through Collaboration: Substance Abuse and Child Welfare Policy and Practice Innovations
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2010-07Chicago, ILDr. Nancy K Young - Executive Director, Children and Family Futures, Denise Churchill - LMFT, Sam Gillespie, Peter PanzarellaSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Women’s Conference
Substance Exposed Newborns: Nature of the Problem and State of the Field
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2010-06Washington, DCLinda CarpenterNational Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource Center: Substance Exposed Infants-Collaborative Approaches to a Complex Issue Summit
Early Intervention Family Drug, Pre-Dependency/ Pre-Filing Family Drug Courts
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2010-06Boston, MAPhil Breitenbucher, Pamela Miller, Tim S. Smith, Marlene Hertoghe, Marian Kubiak, Tianna RoyeNational Association of Drug Court Professionals, 16th Annual Training Conference
Taking Family Drug Courts to Scale: System Change or Pilot Projects?
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2010-06Boston, MASidney L Gardner, MPA - Senior Policy Advisor, NCSACW, Honorable Nicolette Pach, Sharon DiPirro-BeardNational Association of Drug Court Professionals 16th Annual Conference
Family Drug Court Learning Academy: Module 1 - Mission and ValuesSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-06Irvine, CANancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Phil Breitenbucher, Theresa Lemus, Honorable Nicolette Pach, John PassalacquaWeb-Based Training Recording
An Introduction to Home Visiting Funding: State Substance Abuse Agencies' Roles in Planning EffortsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-06Rockville, MDSharon Amatetti - SAMHSA/CSAT, Sid GardnerWeb-Based Training Recording
Nebraska System Flow Chart: How Substance Abuse is Assessed/Treated in Parents in Child Welfare System
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2010-06NENebraska IDTA ProjectPublication
Identified Issues from Essex FDC Walk Through
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2010-05NJNew Jersey IDTA Project, Honorable Nicolette PachPublication
Developing and Implementing Stable Housing to Support Family Stability and Recovery
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2010-05Osage Beach, MOAngela Casimere, Jeanne Ortega2010 Missouri Department of Mental Health’'s Spring Training Institute
Part Two: Utilizing CFSR - Promising Practices in Child Welfare and Substance Abuse Cross-Systems CollaborationSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-05Irvine, CADon Adams, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Michelle FreemanWeb-Based Training Recording
Why It’'s Not Just One More Thing: Making A Stronger Case for Building the Bridges
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2010-05Charleston, WVWest Virginia Alliance for Children Conference
Drug Testing in Child Welfare: A Discussion of Practice and Policy Considerations
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2010-05Osage Beach, MODr. Nancy K Young - Executive Director, Children and Family FuturesMissouri Department of Mental Health Spring Training Institute
Child Protection Team (CPT) Protocol
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2010-04FLSeminole Tribe of FloridaPublication
CPT Abuse Hotline Form
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2010-04FLSeminole Tribe of FloridaPublication
Cross System Environmental Scan of Trends in CA DDCs
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2010-03CACalifornia Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, California Department of Social Services and the Center for Families, Children and the Courts Judicial Council of California, California IDTA ProjectPublication
Family Centered Treatment for Women with Substance Use DisordersSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-03Irvine, CAKen DeCerchio, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWWeb-Based Training
Part One: Utilizing CFSR - Promising Practices in Child Welfare and Substance Abuse Cross-Systems Collaboration SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-03Irvine, CADon Adams, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Junius Scott, Carola PikeWeb-Based Training Recording
An Introduction to the Family Drug Court Learning Academy and Technical Assistance ProgramSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2010-03Irvine, CANancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Phil Breitenbucher, Theresa LemusWeb-Based Training Recording
Online Tutorials and Training Resources
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2010-03Osage Beach, MOMichelle FreemanMissouri Department of Mental Health Spring Training Institute
Family Treatment Drug Courts: Innovations with Impact from the Regional Partnership Grants
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2010-03Las Vegas, NVDr. Nancy K Young - Executive Director, Children and Family Futures, Catherine LubyNational Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges: 2010 Conference
Sacramento County, CA Drug Testing Policy - Drug Testing in Child Welfare: Practice and Policy Considerations, Appendices
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2010Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
Drug Testing in Child Welfare: Practice and Policy Considerations
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2010Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
Drug Testing in Child Welfare—-Definitions and Terms
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2010Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
Substance Abuse Specialists in Child Welfare Agencies and Dependency Courts
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2010Rockville, MDSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationPublication
Three-Year Methamphetamine Grant Coming to a Close: Northern Counties Share Lessons Learned
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2010CASusan Brooks, Northern California Training AcademyPublication
Regional Partnerships: Creating Cross- Systems Strategies and Outcomes
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2010-01Washington, DCNancy K Young, Cheron CrouchChild Welfare League of America 2010 National Conference
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
Policy and Procedure Recommendations for Essex FDC
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2009-11NJNew Jersey IDTA Project, Honorable Nicolette PachPublication
Why It’'s Not Just One More Thing: Making A Stronger Case for Building the Bridges
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2009-11Syracuse, NYKen DeCerchioASAP (Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers) Child Welfare Summit
Creating Shared Outcomes among Child Welfare, Treatment, and Other Critical Services: The Challenge of Meth
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2009-10Providence, RISid GardnerState Town Hall Meeting
Bringing Systems Together for Family Recovery, Safety and Stability
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2009-09Spokane, WACathleen Otero2009 NADEC (National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children): Bringing Health and Hope to Children Conference
Best Practices in Kansas Child Welfare Law
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2009-09Dodge City, Hays, Wichita, Lawrence, KSTheresa LemusBest Practices in Kansas Child Welfare Law
Responding to Prenatal Exposure: The Potential for Policy and Practice Changes
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2009-09Denver, COSid GardnerState 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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2009-09Orange County, CAOrange County IDTA ProjectPublication
Protocol Letter
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2009-07IAIowa IDTA Project, Iowa Department of Public HealthPublication
Links between Substance Abuse, Mental Health and Domestic Violence (Exploring the Role of the Specialist in Child Welfare)
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2009-06Jackson Hole, WYMarty Davis, Shellie TaggartNational Summit on the Intersection of Domestic Violence and Child Welfare
Connecting the Dots: How to Use Substance Abuse, Child Welfare, and Court Data Systems to Create Cross Systems Linkages
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2009-06Bethesda, MDKen DeCerchio, Sharon Boles, Ed Briggs12th National Data and Technology Conference
Funding and Sustaining Family-Centered Treatment for Women with Substance Use Disorders
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2009-04Atlanta, GANancy K Young, Kathryn Icenhower17th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Child and Family Services Review Process: Partnering with Substance Abuse and Mental Health
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2009-04Atlanta, GADr. Nancy K Young - Executive Director, Children and Family Futures, Kim Helgott17th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Engaging Parents in Substance Abuse Treatment: The Role of Recovery Specialists and Drug Testing in Child Welfare and Dependency CourtsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2009-03Atlanta, GADr. Nancy K Young - Executive Director, Children and Family Futures, Kate McGinty, Sanford Robinson17th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
Engaging Parents in Treatment, Recovery and Parenting: Effective Strategies
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2009-02Washington, DCSanford RobinsonCWLA 2009 National Conference
Substance Abuse and Child Welfare: An Overview of the Issues and Models of Reform
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2009-02Washington, DCNancy K YoungCWLA 2009 National Conference
Why It’'s Not Just One More Thing: Substance Abuse and Child Maltreatment
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2009-02Long Beach, CASid GardnerCalifornia Child Abuse Prevention Summit
Why It's Not Just One More Thing: Substance Abuse and Child Maltreatment
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2009-02Long Beach, CASid GardnerCalifornia Child Abuse Prevention Summit
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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2009Washington, DCZERO TO THREEPublication
Nebraska's Response to Substance Abusing Parents in Child Welfare: A Review of Cases that Opened in 2009
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2009NENebraska Court Improvement Project, Nebraska IDTA ProjectPublication
Child Welfare, Substance Abuse Disorders and Dependency Courts: A Cross-System Annotated Bibliography
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2009Publication
Fathers of Substance-Exposed Infants During the Perinatal Period and Beyond
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2009CANational AIA Resource CenterPublication
Practice Guide for Child Welfare Professionals
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2009-01NYNew York State Office of Child & Family Services, State of New York, Office of Court Administration, New York State Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse ServicesPublication
A Call to Action: Cross-System Workgroup Report and Recommendations
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2009-01Orange County, CANational Center on Substance Abuse and Child WelfarePublication
HF 2310 IDPH Data and Findings
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2009-01IAIowa Department of Public HealthPublication
An Overview of the Child and Family Services ReviewsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2008-12Irvine, CAIrene Bocella, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Kara Mandell, Tyronne RichardsonWeb-Based Training Handouts
Multi-System Shared Values and Guiding Principles
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2008-10IAIowa Department of Human Services, Iowa Department of Public Health, Iowa Judicial DepartmentPublication
Collaborating to Meet the Needs of Families
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2008-10Washington, DCSharon Amatetti - SAMHSA/CSATTCE Methamphetamine Grantee Meeting
State Drug Court Coordinator's Meeting
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2008-10Washington, DCNancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWNational Drug Court Institute 4th Annual Meeting of State Coordinators
Funding Family-Centered Treatment for Women with Substance Use DisordersSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2008-08Washington, DCNancy K YoungState 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, TNNancy K Young, John Smyrni, Sandy RobinsonDeveloping Local Systems of Care for Children and Adolescents with Emotional Disturbances and their Families: New Directions to Improve Outcomes ...
Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
(PDF 281 KB)
2008-07New Orleans, LANancy K Young, Ken DeCerchio, Ken Deibert, John SmyrniNational 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, CACathleen Otero, Nadja JonesWeb-Based Training Recording
Substance Abuse Treatment, Child Welfare, and Court CollaborationSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2008-06Irving, CANancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Nadja Jones, Kari HearodWeb-Based Training Recording
Methamphetamine and Indian Child Welfare
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2008-06Yakama Nation, WANadja JonesHope 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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2008-06NYNew York Partnership for Family RecoveryPublication
Funding Family Centered-Treatment for Women with Substance Use Disorders
(PDF 1.99 MB)
2008-05Kimberly Dennis, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Sidney L Gardner, MPA - Senior Policy Advisor, NCSACWPublication
Michigan Substance Abuse/Child Welfare Protocol for Screening, Assessment, Engagement, and Recovery (SAER)
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2008-04MIMichigan Substance Abuse/Child Welfare State TeamPublication
Prenatal Substance Exposure
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2008-04Berkeley, CANational AIA Resource CenterPublication
Virginia Perinatal Substance Use: Promoting Healthy Outcomes - Virginia Legal Requirements and Health Care Practice Implications for Hospitals ...
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2008-04Richmond, VAVirginia Department of Social ServicesPublication
Ensuring Sustainability for Drug Courts: An Overview of Funding Strategies
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2008-04Alexandria, VADennis A Reilly, Atoundra Pierre-Lawson, National Drug Court InstitutePublication
TIP 25: Substance Abuse Treatment and Domestic Violence
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2008-04Rockville, MDPublication
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, DCNancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACWCSAT 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, NYNancy K YoungNew 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, GACathleen OteroImplementing 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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2008Laurie Drabble, Kathy L. Osterling, Marty Tweed, Carol A. PearcePublication
Child Maltreatment: A Neurodevelopmental Perspective on the Role of Trauma and Neglect in Psychopathology
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2008Hoboken, NJBruce PerryPublication
Trauma-Informed Interventions: Clinical Research Evidence and Culture-Specific Information Project
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2008Los Angeles, CANational Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), M. de Arellano, Susan Ko, C. Danielson, C. SpraguePublication
Models for Developing Trauma-Informed Behavioral Health Systems and Trauma-Specific Services
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2008Alexandria, VANational Center for Trauma Informed Care (NCTIC)Publication
Finding Balance: Considerations in the Treatment of Post-Deployment Stress EffectsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2008Pamela WollPublication
The Effects of Childhood Stress on Health across the Lifespan
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2008Atlanta, GAJennifer Middlebrooks, Natalie Audage, Centers for Disease Control and PreventionPublication
Collaborative Training Matrix
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2008Orange County, CAOrange County IDTA Project, Orange County Juvenile Court, Orange County Social Services Agency, Orange County Children and Family Services, Orange County Health Care Agency (HCA), Alcohol and Drug Abuse ServicesPublication
Memorandum of Understanding
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2008CTConnecticut IDTA Project, Connecticut Department of Children and Families, Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Connecticut Judicial BranchPublication
Children of Substance Abusers: COSA Resource List
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2008Rivka Greenberg, Annabelle Bonifacio, Deborah WernerPublication
Arizona Executive Order 2008-01; Enhanced Availability of Substance Abuse Treatment Services for Families Involved with Child Protective Services
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2008AZPublication
An Overview of Operational Family Dependency Treatment Courts
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2008Alexandria, VAHonorable Nicolette Pach, Publication
Child Well Being Assessment Instrument
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2008-01Publication
TIP 35: Enhancing Motivation For Change in Substance Abuse Treatment
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2008-01Rockville, MDPublication
Substance Exposed Babies in Orange County 2007 Prevalence Study
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2008-01Orange County, CAPublication
Meth Use Has Many Costs
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2008-01San Diego, CASan Diego Association of Governments Criminal Justice Research DivisionPublication
Work aid - 4 - Protocol for CPS investigations involving methamphetamine
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2007-12TNTennessee Department of Children’s ServicesPublication
Making it Count: Collaborative strategies that improve outcomes for families at the intersection of multiple systems
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2007-12Arlington, VANancy K Young, Carole Johnson, Christine Sabino Kiesel, Robert Long2007 Childrens Bureau Conference for Agencies and Courts
Texas Partnership for Family Recovery, Integrating Child Welfare, Substance Abuse, Judicial and Legal Services to Support Families: A Guide
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2007-11TXTexas Partnership for Family RecoveryPublication
Substance Abuse, Child Welfare and the Courts: How Do We Meet the Challenge?SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2007-10Cambridge, MANancy K YoungArt of Social Change: Child Welfare, Education and Juvenile Justice, Child Advocacy Program at Harvard Law School
Families Affected by Methamphetamine and other Substances: How Collaboration Can Lead to Better Outcomes
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2007-10Kansas City, MOCathleen Otero2007 National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children Annual Conference
Case Management for Women with Substance Use Disorders
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2007-08Irvine, CADeborah Werner, Celia AragonPublication
The Meth Epidemic The Changing Demographics of Methamphetamine
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2007-08Washington, DCPublication
Creating Trauma-Informed Child-Serving Systems
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2007-07Cally Sprague, MANational Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)Publication
Preventing amphetamine-type stimulant use among young people: A policy and programming guide
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2007-07New York, NYUnited Nations Office on Drugs and CrimePublication
The Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement in Recovery (SAFER) Initiative: Screening and Assessment for Family ... Memorandum of Understanding
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2007-07MEMaine IDTA Project, Maine Department of Health and Human Services, Maine State District CourtPublication
Universal Substance Abuse Screening for Families in the Child Welfare System: Policy and Practice for Family Assessments and Alternative Response
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2007-07MEMaine IDTA Project, Maine Department of Health and Human Services, Maine State District CourtPublication
Clandestine Drug Lab General Cleanup Guidance
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2007-04MNMinnesota Department of Health and Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyPublication
Methamphetamine Use and the Impact on Child Welfare
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2007-04Nashville, TNNancy K YoungVanderbilt University Media Fellowship, Meth Rescue: Meth’s Effects on Children, Families and the Foster Care System
Arizona Substance Abuse Screening Practice Points
(PDF 630 KB)
2007-04AZArizona Department of Economic Security, Child Protective ServicesPublication
Family Treatment Drug Court Evaluation Outcomes
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2007-04Portland, ORNPC ResearchPublication
Family Treatment Drug Court Evaluation Executive Summary
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2007-03Portland, ORSonia D Worcel, Beth L Green, Carrie J Furrer, Scott W.M. Burrus, Michael W Finigan, NPC ResearchPublication
Models of Service Linkages for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders
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2007-03Baton Rouge, LANancy K YoungNational Association of Social Workers Louisiana Chapter Annual Conference
Research, Evidence-Based Programs, and Implications of Parental Substance Use Disorders on Child Welfare Practice
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2007-02Washington, DCPreconference Institute, CWLA 2007 National Conference, Children 2007: Raising Our Voices for Children
Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement, Retention and Recovery-SAFERR: Guidance for States and Communities Serving Families with Substance...
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2007-02Anaheim, CANancy K YoungPutting the Pieces Together for Children and Families: The National Conference on Substance Abuse, Child Welfare and the Courts
Culturally Responsive Services for Women: Participant Guide
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2007-02Stockton, CAVirginia Saldana Grove, Deborah WernerPublication
The Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement in Recovery (SAFER) Initiative: Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement ... Shared Values
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2007-02MEMaine State Child Welfare/Substance Abuse CommitteePublication
Multi-System Training Framework
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2007NYNew York State Partnership for Family RecoveryPublication
Child Welfare and Substance Abuse Committee Strategic Plan (Draft)
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2007MEMaine IDTA Project, Maine Department of Health and Human ServicesPublication
Assessing and Supporting Parenting in Families Affected by Substance Abuse and HIV
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2007Berkley , CAPublication
Methamphetamine Treatment: A Practitioner's Reference
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2007Sacramento, CACalifornia Department of Alcohol and Drug ProgramsPublication
Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement, Retention, and Recovery (SAFERR)
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2007Rockville, MDNancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
Parental Substance Use Disorders and Child Maltreatment: Overlap, Gaps, and Opportunities
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2007Irvine, CANancy K Young, Sharon M Boles, Cathleen OteroPublication
The Sacramento Dependency Drug Court: Development and Outcomes
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2007Sharon Boles, Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Toni Moore, Sharon DiPirro-BeardPublication
Participant Workbook for Understanding Substance Use Disorders, Treatment and Family Recovery: A Guide for Child Welfare Professionals
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2007UTUtah Division of Child and Family ServicesPublication
Supervisor Workbook for Understanding Substance Use Disorders, Treatment and Family Recovery: A Guide for Child Welfare Professionals
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2007UTUtah Division of Child and Family ServicesPublication
Participant Workbook for Understanding Child Welfare and the Dependency Court: A Guide for Substance Abuse Treatment Professionals
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2007UTUtah Division of Child and Family ServicesPublication
Facilitator Workbook for Understanding Child Welfare and the Dependency Court: A Guide for Substance Abuse Treatment Professionals
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2007UTMaryCatherine JonesPublication
Family-Centered Treatment for Women with Substance Use Disorders-History, Key Elements and Challenges
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2007JBS International, Inc., Center for Children and Family Futures, Inc.Publication
Substance-Exposed Infants: Current Issues and Responses
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, Sid GardnerPublication
Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement, Retention, and Recovery (SAFERR) - Introduction
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2007Washington, DCNancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement, Retention, and Recovery (SAFERR) - Section 1
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement, Retention, and Recovery (SAFERR) - Section 2
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
Screening and Assessment for Family Engagement, Retention, and Recovery (SAFERR) - Section 3
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
SAFERR - Appendix A Facilitator's Guide
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
SAFERR - Appendix B Fact Sheets
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
SAFERR - Appendix C Understanding the Needs of Children in Families Involved in the Child Welfare System Who Are Affected by Substance Use Disorders
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
SAFERR - Appendix D Examples of Screening and Assessment Tools for Substance Use Disorders
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
SAFERR - Appendix E Substance Use, Abuse, Dependence Continuum, and Principles of Effective Treatment
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
SAFERR - Appendix F Examples of Safety and Risk Assessments for Use by Child Welfare Staff
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
SAFERR - Appendix G Sharing of Confidential Information
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
SAFERR - Appendix H Glossary of Terms
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon Amatetti - SAMHSA/CSATPublication
SAFERR - Appendix I A Guide to Compliance With the Indian Child Welfare Act
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2007Nancy K Young, Ph.D. - Project Director, NCSACW, M. Nakashian, S. Yeh, Sharon AmatettiPublication
Cultural Issues in Historical Trauma and Implications for Youth at Risk
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2007-01Oklahoma City, OKDolores Subia BigFootIndian Country Child Trauma Center
Perceptions of Methamphetamine Use in Three Western Tribal Communities: Implications for Child Abuse in Indian CountrySAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2007-01Washington, DCR. Bubar, M. Winokur, W. BarlemayPublication
In-depth Summary of the Child and Family Services Improvement Act of 2006SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2007-01Washington, DCTiffany Conway, Rutledge Q. HutsonPublication
Improving Treatment Retention for Women
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2006-10Deborah WernerPublication
Working with Families with Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders
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2006-10Pomona, CAElke RechbergerRegional Training Event Improving Women's Retention in Treatment
Arizona How to Successfully Engage Clients Practice Points
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2006-10AZArizona Department of Economic Security, Child Protective ServicesPublication
Substance Exposed Infants: Noteworthy Policies & Practices
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2006-09Berkeley, CANational Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource CenterPublication
Squaxin Island Guide to Youth Court
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2006-09Shelton, WASquaxin Island Tribe of the Squaxin Island Reservation, Health and Human Services DepartmentPublication
Guide to the Squaxin Island Tribe's Youth Court
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2006-09Shelton, WASqauxin Island IDTA ProjectPublication
Interagency Memorandum of Understanding
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2006-08ARArkansas IDTA ProjectPublication
Data on California's Women and Families with Substance Use Disorders
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2006-08Irvine, CASharon Boles, Deborah Werner, Nancy Young, Sid Gardner, Rosa Chang, Kim Dennis, Cathleen OteroPublication
Family Dependency Treatment Court Fact Sheet
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2006-06Alexandria, VAMeghan M Wheeler, Carson L Fox, National Drug Court InstitutePublication
Substance-Exposed Infants: Policy and Practice
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2006-06Arlington, VANancy K YoungChildren’s Bureau Meeting of States and Tribes
Promising Practice and Collaboration for Families with Substance Abuse and Child Welfare Issues
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2006-05Mesa, AZSid GardnerRocky Mountain Quality Improvement Center, Fourth Annual Conference
On-line Training and Technical Assistance Resources
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2006-05Mesa, AZCathleen OteroRocky Mountain Quality Improvement Center, Fourth Annual Conference
Improving Outcomes for Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders: Policy and Practice Framework and Tools
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2006-04Marlborough, MANancy K YoungAdolescents, Families, and Addiction: Family-Centered Approaches to Services
Methamphetamine Addiction, Treatment, and Outcomes: Implications for Child Welfare Workers
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2006-04Irvine, CACathleen Otero, Sharon Boles, Dr. Nancy K Young - Executive Director, Children and Family Futures, Kim DennisPublication
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