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Presentations and Publications for Legislators

The table lists presentations and publications for Legislators found throughout the NCSACW website. These materials support substance abuse treatment, child welfare and family court professionals in working together more effectively for the benefit of families. You can increase the number of items shown in the table at one time and filter one column at a time by selecting the arrow for ascending or descending order. Entering text in the search box immediately starts adjusting the table contents that match the text as it is entered; you can search any column from this search box.

Partnering to Support Families Affected by Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorders
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Child Welfare, Substance Use Disorders, and Courts Research Literature Review
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Final Synthesis and Summary Report Grantee InterviewsSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2014-05Publication
Regional Partnership Grant (RGP) Program: Interim Safety, Permanency, Well-Being, and Recovery Outcomes
(PDF 498 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-01Washington, DCPublication
Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Legislative Intent and General Overivew
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2014-01Washington, DCPublication
Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Overview of Grantees' Services and Interventions
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2014-01Washington, DCPublication
Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program: Effective Systems Linkages--Key Implementation and Evaluation Lessons
(PDF 350 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2014-01Washington, DCPublication
Trauma-Informed Legal Advocacy: Practice Scenarios
(PDF 374 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2013-09Chicago, ILPublication
Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Roundtable: Current Issues and New Directions in Creating Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Systems
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Substance-Exposed Infants: State Responses to the Problem
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2013-02Rockville, MDPublication
Facilitating Cross-System Collaboration: A Primer on Child Welfare, Alcohol and Other Drug Services, and Courts
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2012Rockville, MDPublication
Targeted Grants to Increase the Well-Being of, and to Improve the Permanency Outcomes for, Children Affected by Methamphetamine or Other Substance A
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Behavioral Health and Tribal CommunitiesSAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page2011-03Rockville, MDNational Congress of American Indians, Tribal Nations Legislative Summit
A Review of Alcohol and Drug Issues in the States' Child and Family Service Reviews and Program Improvement Plans
(PDF 1.39 MB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
2005-11Irvine, CAPublication
White Paper on Funding Comprehensive Services for Families with Substance Use Disorders in Child Welfare and Dependency Courts
(PDF 327 KB)SAMHSA Exit Disclaimer Page
Michigan: Binsfield Legislation - Legislation Establishing Priority for Admission
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Framework and Policy Tools for Improving Linkages between Alcohol and Drug Services, Child Welfare Services and Dependency Courts
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2003-11Rockville, MDPublication
Foster Care: Recent Legislation Helps States Focus on Finding Permanent Homes for Children, but Long-standing Barriers Remain (GAO-02-585)
(PDF 441 KB)
2002-06Washington, DCPublication
Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice: Federal Agencies Could Play a Stronger Role in Helping States Reduce the Number of Children Placed Solely to ...
(PDF 444 KB)
2002-06Washington, DCPublication
Fact Sheet for Governors
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Washington, DCPublication
Fact Sheet for Legislatures
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Washington, DCPublication
New York Partnership for Family Recovery, Executive Summary for Policy Makers and Administration
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Synthesis of Cross System Values and Principles: A National Perspective
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