Learn how the START model serves families dually affected by parental substance use disorder and involved in the child welfare system.
Substance use disorder
Explore how various parent partner programs recruit, train, and support the parents who serve as peer mentors to other parents.
Explore how family treatment courts are a family-centered intervention for families affected by substance use disorder.
Learn the findings from a study that explored the relationship between prenatal substance exposure at birth and CPS involvement during the first year of life.
Learn how the Eat, Sleep, Console model promotes healthy parent-child attachment, destigmatizes NAS, and prevents unnecessary interventions.
Learn how family-based residential treatment for parental substance use disorder can keep families together and improve outcomes.
Explore our Questions from the field resources to learn more about substance use disorders and child welfare.
Learn how a residential treatment center is helping tribal parents recover from substance use disorder with their children.
This brief describes an innovative program that allows children to remain at home while their parents undergo substance use treatment.
This list provides key resources for leaders to consider when evaluating the impact of substance abuse on child welfare.