This 3-part series describes concrete strategies collaboratives can use to enhance the system of care while improving outcomes for families affected by substance use and mental health disorders.View Series
NCSACW is a national resource center providing information, expert consultation, training and technical assistance to child welfare, dependency court and substance use treatment professionals to improve the safety, permanency, well-being and recovery outcomes for children, parents, and families.
MAT is evidence-based, clinically driven, and individually tailored to successfully treat SUDs and help sustain recovery.
Fentanyl-related deaths are on the rise and affecting many children and families in the United States.
A Plan of Safe Care is a tool multiple systems can use to help infants affected by prenatal substance exposure and their families.
Families of color and other diverse groups affected by child abuse or neglect and SUDs often face a complex set of challenges.
Access free online tutorials for substance use treatment, child welfare, and court professionals and a comprehensive training package on substance use disorders for child welfare professionals.
The Interactive Bibliography is a searchable platform for individual citations identified in the field of cross-system issues involving child welfare, substance use disorders, and family treatment and dependency courts.
View engaging videos and recorded webinars on an array of topics related to serving families affected by substance use disorders and involvement with child welfare services.
Stay up to date with the latest national data and research literature on substance use treatment and child welfare.