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Methamphetamine: Child Welfare Impact and Response

 

Methamphetamine: Child Welfare Impact and Response

This day-long training will focus on the unique impact of methamphetamine use on the brain and attachment, and implications for child welfare and clinical practice.
 

 

Methamphetamine: Child Welfare Impact and Response is part of the overarching, 3-day event, Family Recovery Pathways.

Family Recovery Pathways Conference, May 6-8, 2019

 

May 6-8, 2019

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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When addiction occurs during motherhood, it affects the whole family and requires a comprehensive, compassionate response by multiple service systems and professionals. New challenges to working with families have emerged as methamphetamine makes a resurgence alongside the opioid epidemic. 

The goal of this conference is to bring together professionals who engage with families impacted by substance use disorders (SUD) to provide an opportunity for multidisciplinary exploration of methamphetamine use among caretakers, family-centered care principles, and their application across fields. The conference days will be organized thematically:

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Monday, May 6:

Methamphetamine: Child Welfare Impact and Response

This day will focus on the unique impact of methamphetamine use on the brain and attachment, and implications for child welfare and clinical practice.

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Tuesday & Wednesday, May 7-8:

Bring Them All: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Family-Centered Care

This portion of the conference will focus on family-centered program design, policy and funding innovations, clinical approaches, and recovery services to support the whole family.

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Participants may register for one, two, or three days of the conference. $40/day. 

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Questions? Please contact:
Abby Roach-Moore
Program Manager | Mountain Plains ATTC
University of North Dakota 
abby.moore.1@und.edu 
701-777-6588

 

Lodging Information:
Reservations should be made individually by calling the Sioux Falls Holiday Inn City Centre directly at 605-339-2000 or Holiday Inn Brand Reservations number, 1-800-HOLIDAY. To receive the GSA room rate of $94 (plus taxes and fees) for the conference, individuals must identify themselves as attendees of the ATTC Conference on Substance Use Disorders at the time the reservation is madeRoom reservations must be made on or before April 5, 2019.