Regional Partnership Grant Program

The sites in the Regional Partnership Grant Program 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.

TitleRoundLead AgencyCityState
A Regional Partnership for New York City to Improve Child Welfare Outcomes Among Pregnant Women at Risk of Substance Misuse and Their NewbornsRPG Round 5: 2018—2021Montefiore Medical CenterBronxNew York
A Regional Partnership for New York City to Improve Child Welfare Outcomes Among Substance Abusing FamiliesRPG Round 3: 2014—2019Montefiore Medical CenterBronxNew York
Acenda Regional Partnership Grant NJRPG Round 6: 2019—2024Acenda, Inc.GlassboroNew Jersey
Alaska Native Family Preservation (ANFP) ProgramRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Cook Inlet Council, Inc.AnchorageAlaska
Building Strong Families (BSF) in Rural TennesseeRPG Round 1 Extension: 2012—2015Tennessee Department of Mental Health Substance Abuse ServicesNashvilleTennessee
Centerstone Partnership to Help Children and Families FlourishRPG Round 5: 2018—2021Centerstone of Illinois, Inc.West FrankfortIllinois
Central Shenandoah Valley Family Collaboration: Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment for At-Risk FamiliesRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Santara RMH Medical CenterHarrisonburgVirginia
Child Abuse and Neglect Substance Abuse Focus and Expansion (CANSAFE)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Butler County Children Services (BCCS)Butler CountyOhio
Children's Reunification Services CollaborativeRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Hillsborough County Board of CommissionersHillsborough CountyFlorida
Clarity Counseling P.C.RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Recovering Together in San Juan CountyFarmingtonNew Mexico
Communities of HopeRPG Round 4: 2017—2022Mountain Comprehensive Care, Inc.PrestonsburgKentucky
County of San Diego, Child Welfare ServicesRPG Round 1: 2007—2012County of San Diego, Health and Human Services Agency Child Welfare ServicesSan Diego CountyCalifornia
Delaware Healthy Outcomes with Parent Engagement (DE HOPE)RPG Round 4: 2017—2022Children and Families First Delaware WilmingtonDelaware
Denver Entire Family Focused Effective Comprehensive Treatment (Denver EFFECT)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Denver Department of Human Services (DDHS)DenverColorado
Dependency Mothers Drug Court (DMDC)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012State of NevadaClark CountyNevada
Early Intervention Family Drug Court (EIFDC)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Sacramento Department of Health and Human ServicesSacramento CountyCalifornia
Eastern Illinois Regional Partnership Intact Family Recovery ProgramRPG Round 6: 2019—2024Youth Network Council dba Illinois Collaboration On YouthChicagoIllinois
Enhancing Permanency in Children and Families (EPIC) ProgramRPG Round 4: 2017—2022The Ohio State University ColumbusOhio
Enhancing Services to Children and FamiliesRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Children's Justice of State Court AdministrationWapello CountyIowa
Families in Safe Homes Network (FISHN)/FISHN Initiative (FISHN-I) RPG Round 1 Extension: 2012—2015Kentucky Rivery Community Care, Inc.HindmanKentucky
Family and Child Treatment Services (FACTS)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Children's Research Triangle (CRT)St. Clair CountyIllinois
Family Connections Through Peer Recovery (Family-CPR)RPG Round 4: 2017—2022Broward Behavioral Health Coalition Ft. LauderdaleFlorida
Family Housing Matters (FHM) - A Partnersing for Progressive Initiative of the Center for Children and FamiliesRPG Round 1 Extension: 2012—2015The Center for Children and Families (The Center)BillingsMontana
Family LinkRPG Round 1: 2007—2012CenterPoint, Inc.Marin CountyCalifornia
Family Recovery Project CentralRPG Round 5: 2018—2021Institute for Health and Recovery, Inc.CambridgeMassachusetts
Family Treatment Matters (FTM)RPG Round 2: 2012—2017The Center for Children and FamiliesBillingsMontana
Family Treatment Systems Collaborative; Appalachian and Doublas Family Depedency Treatment Courts (FDTCs)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Supreme Court of GeorgiaFannin, Gilmer, and Pickens CountiesGeorgia
FamilyLinkRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Center Point, Inc.San RafaelCalifornia
Fostering Recovery: Supporting Young Children Exposed to Substance Abuse and Their FamiliesRPG Round 1: 2007—2012University of RochesterMonroe CountyNew York
Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc. Enhancing Safety and Well-Being of Children of Drug Court ParticipantsRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc.DeKalb and Cobb CountiesGeorgia
Illinois Intact Family Recovery ProgramRPG Round 4: 2017—2022Youth Network Council dba Illinois Collaboration on Youth ChicagoIllinois
Improving Outcomes of Georgia's Children and Families Affected by Substance Abuse: Strengthening the Partnership Between DFCS and FTCsRPG Round 6: 2019—2024Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc.AtlantaGeorgia
Improving Positve Outcomes for Children Through Family Drug CourtRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Idaho Departtment of Health and WelfareAda CountyIdaho
Improving Well-Being, Permanency, and Safety for Children by Incorporating Peer Support Groups into the Innovative DANSR ApproachRPG Round 6: 2019—2024Colorado Judicial Department; State Court Administrator’s OfficeDenverColorado
Judiciary Courts for the StateRPG Round 5: 2018—2021Iowa Children's JusticeDes MoinesIowa
Kansas Serves Native American Families - KSNAFRPG Round 4: 2017—2022University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc. LawrenceKansas
Kansas Serves Substance Affected Families (KSSAF)RPG Round 3: 2014—2019University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc.LawrenceKansas
Kansas Serves Substance Affected Families (KSSAF) ProjectRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Kansas Department of Social Rehabilitation ServicesKansas StatewideKansas
Kentucky Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams (K-Start for Marin County)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Kentucky Department for Community Based ServicesMartin CountyKentucky
Kids Hope United-Hudelson RegionRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Circle of Hope: Keeping Children & Families TogetherSt. LouisMissouri
Klamath TribesRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Klamath TribesKlamath CountyOregon
Massachusetts Family Recovery Project - Hampden CountyRPG Round 1 Extension: 2012—2015Commonwealth of MassachusettsBostonMassachusetts
Massachusetts Family Recovery Project SoutheastRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public HealthBostonMassachusetts
Mendocino County Family Dependency Drug CourtRPG Round 1 Extension: 2012—2015Mendocino County Health and Human Services Agency, Social ServicesMendocino CountyCalifornia
Meth Free Crowalition (MFC)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Apsaalooke Nation Housing Authority (ANHA)Crow Indian ReservationMontana
Methamphetamine Family ServicesRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Pierce County AlliancePierce CountyWashington
Miami-Dade Impact ProjectRPG Round 3: 2014—2019Our Kids of Miami-Dade/Monroe, Inc.MiamiFlorida
Milwaukee Partnership on Well-Being and Recovery (M-POWER) ProgramRPG Round 4: 2017—2022Meta House Inc. MilwaukeeWisconsin
Multnomah County, Deartment of County Human Services, Mental Health and Addiction Services/Family Involvement Tream (FIT)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Multnomah CountyMultnomah CountyOregon
New Beginnings for Children, Women and FamiliesRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Helen Ross McNabb Center (formerly Child and Family Tennessee)KnoxvilleTennessee
New Beginnings for Women and ChildrenRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Child and Family TennesseeKnox County and East TennesseeTennessee
Northeastern Colorado Child Welfare Project (NRBH)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012North Range Behavioral Health CenterFort CollinsColorado
Oklahoma Partnership InitiativeRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse ServicesOklahoma CountyOklahoma
Oklahoma Partnership Initiative Phase-2 (OPI-2)RPG Round 2: 2012—2017Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS)Oklahoma CityOklahoma
Omaha Nation Community Response Team (ONCRT) "Sacred Child" Program (SCP)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Omaha Nation Community Response Team (ONCRT)Omaha ReservationNebraska
OnTrackRPG Round 1: 2007—2012OnTrack, Inc.Jackson CountyOregon
Parent Partners of NW Iowa ProgramRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc.Sioux City RegionIowa
Parenting in Recovery (PIR)/PIRIIRPG Round 1 Extension: 2012—2015Travis County Health and Human Services/Veteran ServicesAustinTexas
Parents and Children Together (PACT) Extension GrantRPG Round 1 Extension: 2012—2015Judicial Branch of Iowa, Children's JusticeDes MoinesIowa
Partners to Promote Safety, Permanency and Well-Being for Families Affected by Substance UseRPG Round 6: 2019—2024Mary Hitchcock Memorial HospitalLebanonNew Hampshire
Partnership and Services to Increase Well-Being and Improve Permanency Outcomes for Children Affected by Substance Abuse in Indianapolis/Marion CountyRPG Round 4: 2017—2022Volunteers of America Indiana (VOAIN)IndianapolisIndiana
Penquis Regional Linking ProjectRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Families and Children TogetherBangorMaine
Pre-Removal Family Drug Court ProgramRPG Round 1: 2007—2012County of LucasLucas County Ohio
Preserving Families Through PartnershipRPG Round 4: 2017—2022Preferred Family Healthcare, Inc.SpringfieldMissouri
Preserving Families Through Partnerships in Central Missouri (PFTP-CM)RPG Round 5: 2018—2021Preferred Family Healthcare, Inc.Jefferson CityMissouri
Preserving Families Through Partnerships in South Central MissouriRPG Round 6: 2019—2024Preferred Family Healthcare, Inc.KirksvilleMissouri
Preserving Family and Protecting ChildrenRPG Round 5: 2018—2021Family Support Services of North Florida, Inc.JacksonvilleFlorida
Project AwareRPG Round 1: 2007—2012AspenPointe Health NetworkEl Paseo CountyColorado
Project AwareRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Aliviane, Inc.El Paseo CountyTexas
Project ConnectRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Children's Friend and ServiceRhode IslandRhode Island
Project ProtectRPG Round 1: 2007—2012St. Patrick CenterSt. Louis and County AreasMissouri
Project Ready, Set, GoRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Juvenile Justice FundFulton CountyGeorgia
Project Thrive: A Partnership to Enhance Child Well-Being, Safety and PermanencyRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Children's Research TriangleChicagoIllinois
Regional Interagency Screening, Assessment, and Treatment CollaborationRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Lund Family CenterBurlingtonVermont
Regional Partnership for Families (RPF) RPG Round 4: 2017—2022Helen Ross McNabbKnoxvilleTennessee
Rising Strong Regional Partnership: Family Centered Treatment with Housing ProgramRPG Round 4: 2017—2022Catholic Charities SpokaneWashington
Robeson County Bridges for FamiliesRPG Round 1 Extension: 2012—2015North Carolina Department of Health and Human ServicesLumbertonNorth Carolina
Safe4KidsRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Houston Council on Alcoholism and Drug AbuseHarris CountyTexas
Santa Clara County Family Wellness Court (FWC)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012County of Santa Clara, Social Services AgencySanta ClaraCalifornia
Screening, Making Decisions, Assessments, Referrals, Treatment (SMART-2)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012WestCare California, Inc.Fresno CountyCalifornia
Seasons Regional Partnership for Trauma Informed Care (TIC)RPG Round 4: 2017—2022Northwest Iowa Mental Health dba Seasons CenterSpencerIowa
Seasons Regional Partnership Grant (RPG5)RPG Round 5: 2018—2021Northwest Iowa Mental Health Center dba Seasons CenterSpencerIowa
Seasons-Regional Network for Trauma-Informed Care (TIC)RPG Round 2: 2012—2017Northwest Iowa Mental Health Center dba Seasons CenterSpencerIowa
Serving Our At-Risk (Project SOAR)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Choctaw Nation of OklahomaLatimer County, Pittsburg County and McCurtain CouOklahoma
SNAP Approach: Preserving Families Through PartnershipsRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Preferred Family Healthcare, Inc. (Formerly Alternative Opportunities, Inc.)SpringfieldMissouri
Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams Daviess CountyRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Department for Community Based ServicesDaviess CountyKentucky
State of Nevada Division of Child and Family ServicesRPG Round 2: 2012—2017State of Nevada Division of Child and Family ServicesClark CountyNevada
Substance Use Treatment and Access to ResourcesRPG Round 6: 2019—2024Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse ServicesOklahoma CityOklahoma
Summit County Stars - Summit County Collaborative on Trauma, Alcohol & Other Drug & Resiliency Building Services for Children & Families (STARS)RPG Round 2: 2012—2017Summit County Children ServicesAkronOhio
TAMAR Village ProgramRPG Round 1: 2007—2012SHIELDS for Families, Inc.Los AngelesCalifornia
Team Decision Making Enhancement for Strong Native FamiliesRPG Round 4: 2017—2022Cook Inlet Tribal Council AnchorageAlaska
The Arizona Families F.I.R.S.T (AFF) Parent to Parent (P2P) Recovery ProgramRPG Round 1: 2007—2012State of ArizonaMaricopaArizona
The Northeast Oregon Collaboration for Child Safety (NOCCS)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Baker County/Northeast Oregon CollaborativeBaker CountyOregon
The Northern California Regional Partnership for Safe and Stable Families (also known as the Butte County RPG)RPG Round 1: 2007—2012Butte County Department of Employment and Social ServicesButte, Lake Tehama, and Trinity CountiesCalifornia
The Oklahoma Partnership Child Well-Being Initiative 3 (OPI-3)RPG Round 4: 2017—2022Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance AbuseOklahoma CityOklahoma
The Parent Partners for Families of Miami-Dade Program to Stregnthen and Improve Outcomes for Children Affected by Substance AbuseRPG Round 5: 2018—2021Our Kids of Miami-Dade/Monroe, Inc.MiamiFlorida
The Philadelphia Partnership Family Recovery and Well-BeingRPG Round 2: 2012—2017Health Federation of Philadelphia, Inc.PhiladelphiaPennsylvania
The Young Child and Parent ProjectRPG Round 5: 2018—2021Health Federation of PhiladelphiaPhiladelphiaPennsylvania
Therapeutic Intervention, Education, and Skills (TIES)RPG Round 2: 2012—2017Tennessee Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS)NashvilleTennessee
Treatment Alliance for Safe ChildrenRPG Round 1: 2007—2012County of Santa Cruz, Health Services Agency, Alcohol and Drug ProgramSanta CruzCalifornia
UAB Comprehensive Addiction in Pregnancy ProgramRPG Round 4: 2017—2022University of Alabama at Birmingham BirminghamAlabama
Vermont Family Recovery ProjectRPG Round 4: 2017—2022Lund Family Center, Inc.BurlingtonVermont
Volunteers of America, Dakotas Regional Partnership Grant ProjectRPG Round 5: 2018—2021Volunteers of America, DakotasSioux FallsSouth Dakota
Volunteers of America, Oregon/Miracles Family Recovery ProgramRPG Round 3: 2014—2019Volunteers of America - Oregon (VOAOR)PortlandOregon
West Virginia Regional Partnership for Children and Families Impacted by Substance AbuseRPG Round 4: 2017—2022Prestera Center for Mental HealthHuntingtonWest Virginia
West Virginia Regional Partnership-2 for Children and Families Impacted by Substance Abuse - Boone, Kanawha, Raleigh and Wyoming CountiesRPG Round 5: 2018—2021Prestera Center for Mental HealthHuntingtonWest Virginia
West Virginia Regional Partnership-2 for Children and Families Impacted by Substance Abuse - Boone, Kanawha, Raleigh and Wyoming CountiesRPG Round 6: 2019—2024Prestera Center for Mental HealthHuntingtonWest Virginia
Westchester County Department of Community Mental HealthRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Westchester CountyWestchesterNew York
White Earth Band of Ojibwe, Indian Child Welfare ProgramRPG Round 1: 2007—2012White Earth Band of ChippewaBecker CountyMinnesota
Wisconsin Department of Children and FamiliesRPG Round 1: 2007—2012Wisconsin Department of Health and Family ServicesDane CountyWisconsin

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    • Brief 1: Technical Assistance Brief -- Practice-Level Strategies to Create Systems-Level Change: Relationships
      Brief 1: Technical Assistance Brief -- Practice-Level Strategies to Create Systems-Level Change: Relationships(PDF 2 MB)

      National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare

      This brief discusses the importance of relationships as an essential component of sustaining systems-level change and highlights the elements of successful partnerships and cross-systems collaboration. Included in this brief are implementation strategies and considerations — such as shared mission and goals, information sharing, and clarifying roles and responsibilities — necessary to create systems change. This brief provides examples of Regional Partnership Grant lessons and strategies for strengthening partnerships and cross-systems collaboration to improve outcomes for children, parents, and their families.

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