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The sites in the Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program - Round II (2012-2017) are listed in the table. Select the site title link to view the detailed profile. You can sort by the site title, state or cluster.

Central Shenandoah Valley Family Collaboration: Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment for At-Risk FamiliesVirginiaChild Focused
County of MendocinoCaliforniaDrug Courts
Dependency Mothers Drug Court (DMDC) ProgramNevadaDrug Courts
Enhancing Services to Children and FamiliesIowaDrug Courts
Family Treatment Matters (FTM)MontanaArray of Services
FamilyLinkCaliforniaChild Focused
Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc., Enhancing Safety and Well-Being of Children of Drug Court ParticipantsGeorgiaDrug Courts
Kentucky River Community CareKentuckyArray of Services
Massachusetts Family Recovery Project SoutheastMassachusettsArray of Services
New Beginnings for Children, Women and FamiliesTennesseeChild Focused
North Carolina Department of Health and Human ServicesNorth CarolinaDrug Courts
Oklahoma Partnership Initiative Phase-2 (OPI-2)OklahomaChild Focused
Penquis Regional Linking ProjectMaineArray of Services
Project Thrive: A Partnership to Enhance Child Well-Being, Safety and PermanencyIllinoisChild Focused
Seasons-Regional Network for Trauma-Informed Care (TIC)IowaDrug Courts
SNAP Approach: Preserving Families Through PartnershipsMissouriArray of Services
Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams Daviess CountyKentuckyArray of Services
State of Nevada Division of Child and Family ServicesNevadaArray of Services
Summit County Stars - Summit County Collaborative on Trauma, Alcohol & Other Drug, & Resiliency Building Services for Children & Families (STARS)OhioArray of Services
The Philadelphia Partnership Promoting Family Recovery and Well-BeingPennsylvaniaDrug Courts
Therapeutic Intervention, Education, and Skills (TIES)TennesseeArray of Services
Travis County, Austin, TexasTexasSystem-Wide Collaboration

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

RPG-II Programmatic Technical Assistance

In addition to the national evaluation, the reauthorization language requires technical assistance to be provided to grantees to support implementation and operation of their programs. The National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW) is providing programmatic technical assistance to the RPGs on a variety of topics, including collaborative practice and policy, program sustainability, trauma-informed services, evidence-based and evidence-informed services to children, treatment and recovery support services, and family-centered substance abuse intervention and treatment practices for women and families.

If you are an RPG-II site interested in requesting technical assistance, please contact us toll-free at (866) 493-2758 or via email at

Contact Us

The National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare offers free technical assistance to a various of systems on making policy and practice changes to improve outcomes for families affected by substance use disorders and involvement with child welfare services. To learn more about technical assistance services or if you have a question please email NCSACW at or call toll-free at 1–866–493–2758.

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