Ashley Steward and Daryl McGraw discuss urban, race-based trauma and ways recovery service providers can support healing for people who have experienced and witnessed it with host Livia Davis.
This issue brief covers the positive impact of CCR on California’s foster care system, discusses recent efforts to support youth with complex needs, and offers a look at ongoing work to improve outcomes for California foster youth.
This hour-long webinar, developed by the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare, suggests strategies for encouraging family care plans. Such plans can prevent child welfare involvement—and family separation—for infants and their parents/caregivers who are identified as affected by prenatal substance exposure.
The purpose of this brief is to acquaint court leaders with the opportunities to influence change in their courts and communities during these difficult times and to implement practices that will result in better outcomes for those with serious mental illnesses.
Part of the 2021 Ready to Respond series, this issue reviews recent behavioral health system demands and highlights seven key priority areas for consideration to build a sustainable, robust and more complete psychiatric care continuum.