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Stimulant Use: Responses by the Parenting in Recovery/ Family Drug Treatment Court Program

This is the 4th session of the Women and Stimulant Use Project ECHO Series. The series will utilize a Project ECHO format to provide case-based learning and consultation for substance use and other health care providers working with women who use stimulants. Using the Zoom videoconferencing platform, providers will be able to connect directly with leading experts in the field to build their capacity to provide evidence-based care. Each 90-minute session will include a brief didactic presentation and an interactive discussion on two de-identified client cases. 

Stimulant Use: Responses by the Parenting in Recovery/ Family Drug Treatment Court program will describe the Parenting in Recovery/ Family Drug Treatment Court (PIR/FDTC) program‚Äôs intervention with parents who are involved with Child Protective Services and the civil court system due to problematic use of stimulants.  The presentation will explore best practices for family drug courts and the lessons learned by this program in doing this work.  Additionally, how the program has grown through participant feedback and community collaboration will be discussed.


  1. Describe best practices for a Family Drug Court and application of this intervention with the Travis County community
  2. Provide information on how treatment for substance use disorder and strengthening the parent-child bond both occur through use of residential programs for women and children.
  3. Detail evolution of the program over time due to lessons learned and participant feedback.
Starts: Nov. 13, 2019 11:00 am
Ends: Nov. 13, 2019 1:00 pm
Registration Deadline
November 13, 2019
Event Type
Project ECHO
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