What opportunities exist for jurisdictions to provide feedback on Family First’s Clearinghouse for Evidence-Based Practices?

Casey Family Programs hosted an informational webinar to highlight the important opportunity for jurisdictions and other system partners to submit comments to the federal government related to the development of the Clearinghouse for Evidence-Based Practices for the Family First Prevention Services Act.   

The clearinghouse will identify promising, supported and well-supported practices for mental health and substance abuse prevention and treatment programs, in-home parent skill-based programs and kinship navigator programs appropriate for children who are candidates for foster care, pregnant or parenting foster youth and the parents or kinship caregivers of those children and youth.   

Request for Public Comment (due July 22, 2018): Decisions Related to the Development of a Clearinghouse of Evidence-Based Practices in Accordance With the Family First Prevention Services Act of 2018 

Opportunity to Submit Federal Register Comments

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