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Family Recovery Pathways: Addiction, Parenting, and Implications for Practice

Parental substance use affects the entire 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 the Family Recovery Pathways 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 and other drug use among caretakers, family-centered care principles, and their application across fields. The conference days will be organized thematically:

  • May 6, Methamphetamines and Opioids: Child Welfare Impact and Response: Learn the brain science, diagnosis/assessment/risk of methamphetamine and opioid use among caretakers and evidence-based responses that multiple service systems can deliver.
  • May 7-8, Bring Them All: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Family-Centered Care: Review family-centered care principles and strategies, including program design, funding and policy innovations, clinical approaches, and recovery services to support the whole family.
Starts: May. 6, 2019 8:30 am
Ends: May. 8, 2019 2:30 pm
Registration Deadline
May 1, 2019
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