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ATTC Network COVID-19 Response Resources provides access to a library of resources including previously recorded webinars, newsletters, and printables.
Capacity Building Collaborative: Strategies for Authentic Integration of Family and Youth Voice in Child Welfare outlines key tasks in engaging families and youth at the system and agency levels, and provides child welfare managers with tips, strategies, and stories from the field.
Florida State University now offers an online certification in human trafficking prevention and intervention to help professionals develop skills to better understand the dynamics of the various types of human trafficking.
Cultural Competency in the Strategic Prevention Framework (Campus Drug Prevention) brief video discusses the role cultural competence plays with the steps of the a campus-wide strategic prevention framework.
The National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) is a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) program that systematically collects results of forensic analyses, and other related information, from local, regional, and national entities. The program consists of three components (NFLIS-Drug, NFLIS-Tox, and NFLIS-MEC) that complement each other to provide a holistic picture of the drugs analyzed by the U.S. forensic community.
Building a Practice Model: Working with local child welfare agencies to create a road map to successful outcomes (Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago): A Practice Model is an organizing framework that describes an agency’s approach and strategic direction. Practice Models within child welfare agencies can be powerful mechanisms for translating values and principles into discrete practice behaviors and strategies for the child welfare workforce.
Life Unites Us: Stories to End Stigma is powered by real stories from across Pennsylvania.
ATLAS: Addiction Treatment Locator, Assessment, and Standards Platform helps users not only identify high quality addiciton treatment, but to learn what treatment type may be right for an individual based on their needs.
This Healthy Connections HERO Series, Drugs, Stigma and Policy: How and Why Words Matter, available on YouTube, is presented by Dr. John F. Kelly, the Elizabeth R. Spallin Professor of Psychiatry in Addiction Medicine at Harvard Medical School - the first endowed professor in addiction medicine at Harvard. Dr. Kelly is also the Founder and Director of the Recovery Research Institute at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), the Associate Director of the Center for Addiction Medicine (CAM) at MGH. Dr. Kelly is a former President of the American Psychological Association's (APA) Society of Addiction Psychology, and is a Fellow of the APA and a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology.
Tools from Tribes is a space for tribal child welfare professionals to easily share with their peers commonly used forms, agreements, tools, and templates.