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2011 Workshops & Sessions


Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Morning Plenary

The Crisis Response: A Door to Recovery
Presenter: Lori Moriarty
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Ready...or Not? A Look at Progress to Date and Challenges to Come
Presenter: Nancy Young
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Workshop Session A

A-1 Mini Plenary: Ask the Experts: A Conversation with National Leaders (no PPT available)
Moderators: Sid Gardner, President of Children and Family Futures (CFF) and Chuck Noerenberg, President of the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children (National DEC)

Panelists:
Child Welfare - Tyrone Richardson and Betsy Dunn
Treatment - Nick Taylor and Christine Scalise
Law Enforcement - Mitch Brown
Courts - Chris Corken, John Passalacqua, Judge Stan Carmical and Hillary Kambour

A-2 Strengthening Bridges to Improve Outcomes for Families and Children Affected by Substance Use Disorders
Presenters: Sharon Boles, Children and Family Futures and Ken DeCerchio, Children and Family Futures
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A-3 Identifying Drug Endangered Children: A Collaborative Approach
Presenter: Lori Moriarty, National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children
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A-4 An In-Depth Look at "The Collaborative Practice Model for Family Recovery, Safety, and Stability"
Presenter: Cathleen Otero, National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
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A-5 Why School Attendance Matters for Child Welfare
Presenters: Hedy Chang, Attendance Works; Sid Gardner, Children and Family Futures; Sue Fothergill, the Baltimore Student Attendance Campaign; and Lynn Mumma, Baltimore City Department of Social Services
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A-6 Mental Health Disorders in School Age Children
Presenter: Erin Telford, Children's Research Triangle
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A-7 Substance-Exposed Newborns, Mothers and Child Welfare: Collaborative Strategies in Response to CAPTA
Presenter: Celeste Smith, Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center
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A-8 Importance of Women's Treatment Standards in an Age of Health Care Reform (no PPT available)
Presenters: Barbara J. Brooks, Illinois Department of Human Services; Maria Morris-Groves, New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services; and Christine K. Scalise, New Jersey Department of Human Services
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A-9 MDFT-Engaging Moms Program for Dependency Court: Serving “The Best Interests of the Child” by Improving Maternal & Family Functioning
Presenter: Hon. Jeri B. Cohen, State of Florida Eleventh Judicial Circuit Juvenile Dependency Division
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A-10 Substance Abuse and PTSD in Military Families: Implications for Child Welfare Policies and Practices
Presenter: Brian L. Meyer, H.H. McGuire Veterans Administration Medical Center
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A-11 Understanding Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Families Affected by Parental Substance Use Disorders
Presenters: Jason Fields, Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office and Linda Mann, Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office
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A-12 Family-Based Recovery: A Home-based Treatment for Families Affected by Parental Substance Abuse
Presenters: Karen E. Hanson, Yale University School of Medicine and Jeffrey Vanderploeg, Connecticut Center for Effective Practice
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A-13 Therapeutic Child Care Aid to Family Recovery in Georgia
Presenter: Sarah S. Dailey, Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disability, Office of Addictive Disease
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A-14 A Child Developmental Perspective on Family Treatment Drug Court Outcomes
Presenter: Jean Twomey, Brown Center for the Study of Children at Risk, Brown Alpert Medical School
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A-15 Family Engagement and Community Collaboration in Substance Abuse Treatment and Child Welfare
Presenters: Kim Bishop-Stevens, Massachusetts Dept of Children and Families; Margaret T. Lee, Brandeis University; and Terri H. Bogage, Institute for Health and Recovery
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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Workshop Session B

B-1 Mini Plenary: The Future of Policy and Practice for Substance-Exposed Infants and Children
Presenters: Ira Chasnoff, Children's Research Triangle and Sid Gardner, Children and Family Futures
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B-2 Recovery Engagement: It is all in the Proposal
Presenter: Tianna Roye, Bridges, Inc.
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B-3 Prescription Drug Abuse: Trends, Consequences and the National Prevention Plan
Presenters: Steve Freng, NW High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area and Regina M. LaBelle, Office of National Drug Control Policy
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B-4 Cross Cultural Skills and Tools for Serving Tribal Families with Substance Abuse Issues
Presenter: Paulette Running Wolf, Children and Family Futures
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B-5 Rethinking Teen Truancy: Community Collaboration and Systems Change as Strategy to Improve Attendance
Presenters: Michael S. Kadish, Kentucky River Community Care, Inc. and Elizabeth Owens, Taylor Owens Consulting
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B-6 Rock, Paper, Scissors: Choosing the Appropriate Intervention for Substance Abuse (no PPT available)
Presenter: Peggy Scheuermann, Florida Department of Health

B-7 Bringing Systems Together to Promote Family Recovery
Presenters: Linda Carpenter, Children and Family Futures, National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare; Christine S. Kiesel, New York State Child Welfare Court Improvement Project; Robert M. Long, Kennebec Behavioral Health; and Cathleen Otero, Children and Family Futures, National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
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B-8 Engaging Fathers in Family Drug Court: The Importance of Gender Specific Programming
Presenters: Hon. Karen S. Adam, Pima County Juvenile Court Center and Chris Swenson-Smith, Pima County Juvenile Court Center
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B-9 Trauma-Informed Substance Abuse Treatment: Impact on Women and Their Children
Presenters: Merith Cosden, University of California, Santa Barbara; Laurie Haro, County of Santa Barbara Social Services;, Devin Drake, County of Santa Barbara Social Services; and Jennifer Hughes, University of California, Santa Barbara
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B-10 Healing Families through the Family Drug Court Model: The El Paso County Family Treatment Drug Court – a Model Program
Presenters: Julia L. Roguski, Child Protection Services, Savio House and Shirley Rhodus, El Paso County Department of Human Services
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B-11 Preserving and Reunifying Families through Collaborative Practice
Presenters: Pam Bergreen, Jackson County Child Welfare; Francine Feinberg, Meta House; Hon. Patricia Crain, Jackson County Circuit Court; and Rita Sullivan, OnTrack
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B-12 Evidence Based Family Treatment Services
Presenters: Jeanie Ahearn Greene, Ahearn Greene Associates; Rosemary Tisch, Prevention Partnership International; and Steve Hornberger, iCelebrating Families!
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B-13 Collaborative Early Intervention with the Drug Endangered Child
Presenters: Cheryl Goldberg-Diaz, Desert/Mountain SELPA Children's Center and Jenae Tucker-Holtz, Desert/Mountain SELPA Children's Center
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B-14 Enmeshed or Engaged? Program Evaluation Strategies in Cross-System Programs
Presenters: Ruth Huebner, Kentucky Dept of Community Based Services and Robert Walker, University of Kentucky Center on Drug and Alcohol Research
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Workshop Session C

C-1 Interventions for Adolescents in the Child Welfare System Who are Court Involved
Presenter: Randolph D. Muck, Advocates for Youth and Family Behavioral Health Treatment
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C-2 Parity and the Affordable Care Act: What Are The Effects on Treatment for Child Welfare Families?
Presenter: Suzanne Fields, Technical Assistance Collaborative
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C-3 Innovative Approaches to Building Capacity for State Drug Endangered Children Efforts
Presenters: Justin Mazzeo, Texas Alliance for Drug Endangered Children and Rebecca Swift, Iowa Office of Drug Control Policy
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C-4 From Abstinence to Recovery: The Transformation of the Travis County Family Drug Treatment Court
Presenters: Michelle Kimbrough, Travis County Family Drug Treatment Court; Charles N. Roper, Travis County, Texas; and Laura Peveto, Travis County Health and Human Services
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C-5 The Complex Child: Trauma-Informed Assessment and Treatment Considerations
Presenter: Amy Groessl, Children's Research Triangle
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C-6 The Management of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children Prenatally Exposed to Drugs and Alcohol
Presenter: Gwendolyn Messer, Children's Research Triangle
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C-7 Meet the Parents (no PPT available)
Presenters: Dinah Adames, Women on the Rise Telling HerStory; Sabra Jackson, Child Welfare Organization Project; Tajuan McCarty, The Wellhouse, Inc.; Mary Barr, Conextions, Inc.; and Emma Ketteringham, National Advocates for Pregnant Women

C-8 Maximizing Outcomes for Pregnant Women on Medication Assisted Therapy
Presenters: Robyn R. Fox, Community Health Center and Maureen Keating, Community Health Center
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C-9 Substance Abuse and Child Welfare: Planning, Implementing and Sustaining a Process for Universal Substance Abuse Screening and Assessment
Presenter: Robert Long, Kennebec Behavioral Health
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C-10 Substance Abuse Treatment for Children and Spouses of Veterans of Multiple Deployments (no PPT available)
Presenter: Alicen McGowan, Adcare Hospital

C-11 Denver EFFECT: Entire Family Focused Effective Comprehensive Treatment
Presenters: Lynne Ford, Denver Department of Human Services; Nachshon Zohari, Denver Department of Human Services; and Gretchen Read, Denver Department of Human Services
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C-12 Breaking Through Barriers between Law Enforcement, Child Welfare and Treatment: Connecticut's Collaborative Response to Children and Families (no PPT available)
Presenters: Maria H. Brereton, State of Connecticut, Department of Children and Families; Karen C. Ohrenberger, Dept. of Mental Health and Addiction Services; Sara Wilhelm, State of Connecticut, Department of Children and Families; Marilou T. Giovannucci, Connecticut Judicial Branch; and Peter Panzarella, State of Connecticut, Department of Children and Families

C-13 Paving the Road to Recovery: New Jersey's Integration of Child Welfare and Substance Abuse Services
Presenters: Tyrone Richardson, New Jersey Dept of Children and Families, Division of Youth and Family Services; Christine Scalise, New Jersey Dept of Human Services; and Dorian Traube, University of Southern California School of Social Work
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C-14 Strengthening Families Program for Family Reunification
Presenters: Jody Brook, University of Kansas School of Social Welfare and Megan Hosterman, KVC Behavioral Healthcare
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C-15 An Interactive Discussion Session on Developing Family Drug Court Guidelines
Presenters: Phil Breitenbucher, Children and Family Futures and Hon. Nicolette Pach, Children and Family Futures
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Friday, September 16, 2011

Workshop Session D
D-1 Mini Plenary: Helping Men Recover: A New Framework for Men's Treatment
Presenter: Dan Griffin, Griffin Recovery Enterprises
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D-2 When Our Bridges Don't Connect: Core Concepts for Understanding How Culture and Context Affect Clinical Intervention
Presenter: Chandra Ghosh Ippen, Child Trauma Research Program, University of California San Francisco
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D-3 Practice Implications and Potential Pitfalls: What you REALLY Need to Know about Drug Testing
Presenters: Nancy Hansen, Children and Family Futures; Charles P. LoDico, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; Ronald R. Rlegel, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; and Kathryn Thompson, Parents and Children Together
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D-4 Evaluating Family Drug Courts: Documenting Outcomes and Cost Offsets
Presenters: Sharon Boles, Children and Family Futures and Sid Gardner, Children and Family Futures
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D-5 Policy, Legislation, Funding and Service Solutions for Multi-System Involved Families: Children of the Incarcerated
Presenter: Miriam L. Bearse, NRC4Tribes
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D-6 Empowering Youth and Strengthening Families to Break the Cycle of Addiction
Presenters: Adrienne Cenci, GLAD House and Elissa Pogue, Drop-In Center, Assistance for Substance Abuse Prevention Center
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D-7 "Moms in the Hood": Supporting Recovery through Collaboration and Community
Presenters: Debra T. Bercuvitz, FRESH Start and Tina Rodriguez, FRESH Start
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D-8 One Community’s Innovative Approach to Promoting Healthy Families, Public Safety, and Cost Savings
Presenters: Steve Addison, Denver Police Department; Lilas Rajaee-Moore, Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities; and Christina Little, Kempe Center, University of Colorado
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D-9 Discussing the Constitutionality of State Endangerment Statutes
Presenter: Stephen L. Nelson, Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office
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D-10 Comprehensive Reentry for Mothers
Presenters: Kathryn Icenhower, SHIELDS for Families and Malika Saada Saar, Rebecca Project for Human Rights
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D-11 "Yeah, But Never Around My Kids": Substance Abuse Case Management in Child Welfare
Presenter: Nick Taylor, Taylor Behavioral Health
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D-12 Connecticut's Recovery Specialist Voluntary Program (RSVP)
Presenters: Thomas DeMatteo, Connecticut Dept of Children and Families; Jane Ungemack, University of Connecticut Health Center; and Holly Hassett, Advanced Behavioral Health
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D-13 DEC: Addressing the Needs of the Children
Presenter: Kiti Freier Randall, Consultant
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D-14 Collaboration in Rural Communities: An Open and Interactive Discussion on Practical Lessons
Presenter: Gary Carson, Retired Law Enforcement Officer; Nicola Erb, Rural Law Enforcement Initiative; Kimberly J. Dalferes, Dalferes Enterprises; and Loretta Wyrick Severin, Kansas Alliance for DEC
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Briefings Session E
E-1 Family-Based Prisoner Substance Abuse Treatment Program
Presenters: Rebecca Dobles, Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism, Keystone Hall and Annette Escalante, Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism, Keystone Hall
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E-2 Services and Tools to Enhance Your Juvenile Drug Court
Presenters: Iris A. Key, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges and Jessica M. Pearce, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
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E-3 Integrating Substance Abuse Screening Into Prenatal Practice: A Collaborative Model
Presenter: Susan C. Whalen, Maternal Child and Adolescent Health Bureau, Solano County, California
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E-4 Prenatal Substance Abuse Services and Birth Outcomes
Presenter: Robert Walker, University of Kentucky
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E-5 Pilot Study: Court Ordered First Time Offender Marijuana Class
Presenter: Pat A. Nation, Tennessee Bureau of Investigations
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E-6 From Surviving to Thriving: The Salience of Trauma among African American Women Navigating Substance Abuse and Child Protection
Presenter: Joan Blakey, University of Texas, Arlington
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E-7 Claiming a Future: Dealing with the Consequences to Children that Result from a Mom's Trauma
Presenters: Claudia Decker, Operation Prevention Treatment Research and Kay M. Doughty, Operation Prevention Treatment Research
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E-8 A Collaborative Approach to Developing a Meaningful Fidelity Scale for the HOMEBUILDERS Model
Presenters: Kathryn A. Bowen, Centerstone Research Institute and Edwina Chappell, Building Strong Families in Rural Tennessee
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E-9 Implementing Evidence Based Practices in Community Settings
Presenters: McLean D. Pollock, Center for Health Services Research and Kimberly McCombs-Thornton, University of North Carolina
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E-10 Community Mobilization: A Successful Model for Ending Drug Abuse Through Collaboration
Presenter: Carol Owens, National Methamphetamine Center, Washington State Methamphetamine Initiative
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E-11 Preliminary Outcomes from the Building Stronger Families Program: Ecological Treatment for Co-Occurring Parental Substance Abuse and Child Maltreatment
Presenters: Peter Panzarella, Connecticut Dept of Children and Families and Cindy Schaeffer, Family Research Center, Medical University of South Carolina
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E-12 Reuniting and Preserving Families: A Focus on Cross Systems Collaboration
Presenters: Linda Dyer, LA County Department of Public Health, Substance Abuse Prevention and Control; Jonathan Sydes, Department of Children and Family Services, Los Angeles County and Natalie Manns, Department of Public Health
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E-13 Building Successful Community Partnerships to Address the Needs of Substance-involved Families
Presenters: Wei Li Fang, Governor's Institute on Substance Abuse; Sherri L. Green, University of North Carolina; and Rebecca Wells, University of North Carolina
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Closing Plenary

Part I: Here's Where We're at with Health Care Reform
Presenter: Suzanne Fields
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Part II: Sustainability Panel (no PPT available)

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