This year-long opportunity will help participants understand the family-centered care model for pregnant/parenting women (PPW) with substance use disorders (SUD), assess their program’s use of family-centered care principles, and identify and implement strategies to improve their program’s family-centered culture and services.This first cohort is intended for upper-level executives/administrative staff, including women's program directors and other staff with decision-making authority, with subsequent cohorts tailored for direct clinical staff.
The Learning Collaborative will be completely virtual, requiring no travel for either participants or facilitators/coaches. In addition to presenting foundational concepts of family-centered care, the Learning Collaborative will also provide an opportunity for participants to begin implementing famiy-centered practices through a project and coaching component. Sessions will include project workshop times, guest speakers, opportunities to request and receive ongoing technical assistance, and didactic presentations covering the follow topics:
Introduction to Family-Centered Care
Principles of Family-Centered Care
Building Programs for Fathers
Implementing Family-Centered Programming
Family-Centered Clinical Interventions
Other relevant topics as requested by participants
Please note this event is currently closed for registration. For additional information on future sessions, please contact Kate Mallula at firstname.lastname@example.org.