Collaborating Systems at the Intersection of Substance Abuse and Family Violence
Co-occurrence of substance abuse and family violence is in the range of 50% of cases. Collaboration across systems, including law enforcement, legal/courts, child protective services, DV advocates, mental health, and substance abuse treatment services, is needed to best serve the needs of families impacted by these intersecting issues. This webinar reviews the most current data on co-occurrence rates, review engagement strategies and provides an overview of current best practice and evidence based intervention approaches to working with these families.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children, presentation length: 1h 2mi
Scholar Commons Citation
Stover, Carla Smith, "Collaborating Systems at the Intersection of Substance Abuse and Family Violence" (2011). Mental Health Law & Policy Faculty Publications. 818.