31 May

NADCP 2014 – So How Do You Know They Are Ready? Key Considerations for Assessing Families in Recovery for Reunification

To download the presentation, please click here. Presenters: Phil Breitenbucher, MSW, Alexis Balkey, BA, RAS Workshop Description: The accountable, time-limited mandate for achieving permanency for children set forth in the 1997 Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA) drove the demand for …

30 May

NADCP 2014 – Parents are Adults Too: Cross-Walking the Ten Key Components with the FDC Guidelines

To download the presentation (notes format), please click here. Presenters: Phil Breitenbucher, Shannon Carey Workshop Description:All collaborative courts are family courts if their clients include parents and children. Many clients have legal matters involving juvenile delinquency, dependency, family, and domestic …

28 May

NADCP 2014 – Tested and Proven – Utilization of Recovery Support Specialist as a Key Engagement and Retention Strategy in FDC

To download the presentation (notes format), please click here This workshop is a 3-hour version of an FDC Webinar (1.5 hours) earlier this year.  To view that webinar, please click here.  Perfect to share with colleagues who were not able …

24 May

NADCP 2014 – Guess What? You’re a Family Drug Court, Too (If Your Clients Have Children) – Legal Issues and Practical Considerations When Working with Families in Drug Courts

 To download the presentation, please click here. Presenters:  Honorable Phillip Britt, Honorable Jeri Cohen, Phil Breitenbucher, MSWWorkshop Description: All collaborative courts are family courts if their clients include parents and children. Many clients have legal matters involving juvenile delinquency, dependency, …

24 May

NADCP 2014 – New Ways of Serving Children in Family Drug Courts – Case Studies from the Children Affected by Methamphetamines Program

To download the presentation, please click here. Presenters: Sharon Amatetti, Erin Hall, Russ Bermejo Workshop DescriptionThis workshop presentation will offer the experiences of Grantees from the Children Affected by Methamphetamine (CAM) Grant program. Funded by SAMHSA in 2010, this initiative …

23 May

NADCP 2014 – From Silence to Trust – Serving Asian American Families in Drug Court

Presenters: Honorable Erica Yew, Jorge Wong, PhDWorkshop Description:Historically, traditional Asian cultures have viewed issues of substance abuse and other addiction disorders (i.e. gambling), domestic violence, and mental illness as stigmas and the source of shame for the individual and the …