Leading Change in Serving Families in FDCs – Snapshots of Early Lessons Learned from the Prevention and Family Recovery (PFR) Program.

Date: 
June 11, 2015
Time: 
11:00am - 12:00pm
Presenters: 
Nancy K. Young
 

 

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Snapshot of Early Lessons Learned in the PFR Program
Thursday, June 11, 2015 | 11-12:00 PM PT (12 PM MT, 1 PM CT, 2 PM ET)

 

The Prevention and Family Recovery (PFR) initiative seeks to advance the capacity of Family Drug Courts (FDCs) to provide and sustain comprehensive family-centered care to children, parents and families affected by substance use disorders, child abuse and neglect. Children and Family Futures (CFF), with the generous support of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Duke Endowment, is providing funding and intensive technical assistance (TA) and expert consultation to four FDC grantees. This presentation will provide an overview of the initiative and early lessons learned from grantees’ first year of operations. The presentation will highlight the work of the four FDCs and their efforts to integrate and institutionalize evidence-based parenting services and developmental and therapeutic services for children (primarily ages 0-8) into their larger FDC systems of care. The webinar will also highlight CFF’s use of a Change Leader, as part of the TA provided, to help each of the FDC programs advance collaborative practice and systems change. 

 

 

 

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Nancy K. Young Ph.D
 
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