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The Children’s Bureau in partnership created a series of short videos to spotlight the importance of robust social emotional development and mental health support strategies within programs serving young children and their families.
An analysis of final 2021 DAWN data presents: (1) nationally representative weighted estimates, including percent and unadjusted rates per 100,000, for all drug-related emergency department (ED) visits, (2) nationally representative weighted estimates for the top five drugs in drug-related ED visits, (3) the assessment of monthly trends and drugs involved in polysubstance ED visits in a subset of sentinel hospitals, and (4) the identification of drugs new to DAWN’s Drug Reference Vocabulary.
Seeking input from people with lived experience of poverty, discrimination, adversity, and trauma can reduce the risk of creating and/or perpetuating policies that are traumatizing or can cause retraumatization. By working with individuals who have begun the healing process, policymakers can consider how best to foster safety, healing, and resilience. This tip sheet describes several strategies that can help to meaningfully engage people with lived experience.
This brief from the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) presents estimates of the number and percentage of children whose parents engage in problematic substance use, including past-year substance use and SUD by substance type and child demographics.
This brief from the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare, Disrupting Stigma: How Understanding, Empathy, and Connection Can Improve Outcomes for Families Affected by Substance Use and Mental Disorders, provides strategies to reduce stigma in interactions, expectations, and policies affecting families that are based on data gleaned from best practices in the field and a thorough review of the literature.
Resource Guide which offers key considerations for developing childcare centers to serve tribal communities