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Child Welfare System and Substance Abuse Treatment Grants

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Reunification Services for African American Homeless Mothers with Histories of Substance Abuse, Kimberly Bradley, Psy.D.
Substance Abuse, Child Neglect, and Homeless Families, Cheryl Zlotnick, Dr.P.H.
Linking Substance Abuse Treatment and Child Welfare Outcomes: Secondary Analyses of Data from Two Service Delivery Systems, Christine Grella, Ph.D.
After ASFA: Outcome of the Rhode Island Family Treatment Drug Court, Barry Lester, Ph.D.
Analysis of State Policies Regarding Treatment of Prenatally Drug Exposed Newborns and their Mothers, Neil Gilbert, PhD.
Welfare Reform, Child Welfare, and Families with Substance Abuse Problems, Bernadette Sangalang, Ph.D.
Substance Abuse Needs and Services for Families Involved in the Child Welfare System, Richard Barth, Ph.D.
Implementation of ASFA by Dependency Courts Addressing Parental Substance Abuse, Sharon Elstein, M.S.
Substance Abuse among Current and Former Welfare Recipients, Sheldon Danziger, Ph.D.
Substance Abuse and Indian Child Welfare, Paul Spicer, Ph.D.
Developing Effective Policies for Substance Abusing Parents Involved with Child Welfare: Systems Coordination and Conflict Under the Adoption and Safe Families Act, Beth Green, Ph.D.
 
   
 
 
     
   
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