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Parental Substance Use and the Child Welfare System .

Low-income families with mental health and substance use challenges are vulnerable to over-reporting and more intrusive levels of intervention. This training considers the intersection of the healthcare and socio-legal systems for families impacted by parental substance stigma

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Low-income families with mental health and substance use challenges are vulnerable to over-reporting and more intrusive levels of intervention. This training considers the intersection of the healthcare and socio-legal systems for families impacted by parental substance stigma. This training is meant to bridge the knowledge gap related to intergenerational consequences of substance use stigma and child welfare involvement. Our facilitators equip organizations with insights, tools, and resources to best support families dealing with CS or those “at risk” of involvement. We engage participants using evidence base research, storytelling, and case studies to equip them to effectively disrupt stigma, prevent systemic harm, and ensure the health, healing and well-being of intergenerational cycles of families.

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