Families affected by substance use disorders and child welfare involvement often receive services from multiple agencies, including child welfare, substance use disorder treatment, courts, healthcare, and other community agencies. Professionals representing these systems may lack knowledge about each other’s services and the unique needs of the families that they collectively serve.

The National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW) provides the following web-based training resources to help professionals increase their knowledge and skills to work with families affected by substance use disorders and help build cross-systems collaboration across the various agencies serving these families.

These resources are intended to be delivered using a variety of methods, including training by an experienced facilitator, self-paced tutorials, and videos and webinars that can be viewed alone or with a group.


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