Publications

Navigating the Pathways: Lessons and Promising Practices in Linking Alcohol and Drug Services with Child Welfare (TAP 27)

Offers a unique perspective on the growing contacts across the divide that too often prevents child welfare and substance abuse agencies from working together as closely as they need to in order to help children and families affected by substance abuse. Using a ten-element framework to measure the capacity of agencies to work as partners on the substance abuse needs of child welfare services clients, this TAP describes seven sites from around the Nation that have implemented programs for families in the child welfare system with substance use disorders.Offers a unique perspective on the growing contacts across the divide that too often prevents child welfare and substance abuse agencies from working together as closely as they need to in order to help children and families affected by substance abuse. Using a ten-element framework to measure the capacity of agencies to work as partners on the substance abuse needs of child welfare services clients, this TAP describes seven sites from around the Nation that have implemented programs for families in the child welfare system with substance use disorders.

Bibliography—Women and Prescription Drug and Opiate Use, Breastfeeding for Substance Abusing
Florida Department of Children and Families Family Safety Program (1 of 2)
Regional Partnership Grantee Performance Measurement and Data System
Substance Abuse Child Welfare Systems Data Profile Worksheet
Sacramento County Dependency Drug Court: Year 7 Outcome and Process Evaluation Findings
Facilitating Cross-System Collaboration: Primer on Child Welfare, Alcohol and Other Drug Services, and Courts
Sustainability Discussion Guide
Santa Clara Sustainability Matrix
Cost Rationale Discussion Guide