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 …

19 September

#7. Address the Needs of Children

FDCs must address the physical, developmental, social, emotional, and cognitive needs of the children they serve through prevention, intervention, and treatment programs.  FDCs must implement a holistic and trauma-informed perspective to ensure that children receive effective, coordinated and appropriate services.  Specialized …

16 September

#3. Create Effective Communication Protocols for Sharing Information

Effective, timely and efficient communication is required to monitor cases, gauge FDC effectiveness, ensure joint accountability, promote child safety and engage and retain parents in recovery.  FDC research has identified that increased information sharing  between treatment, child welfare, the courts, …