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Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders: Supporting Kinship Families
National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
Date: October 25, 2022 | Length: 1:28:00
Focuses on the unique challenges that arise when parents of children in care have a substance use or mental health disorder. These include ensuring access to specific developmental services for infants and children with prenatal substance exposure, while also tending to children’s emotional, physical, and behavioral issues across developmental stages.
- Dr. Nancy K. Young, Executive Director, Center for Children and Family Futures and Project Director, National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
- Ana Beltran, JD, Executive Director, Grandfamilies & Kinship Support Network: A National Technical Assistance Center
- “Charlotte S.,” a grandmother with lived expertise
Topic(s): Families Affected by Opioids
Section: Related Online Training, Videos, and Webinars