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309: Drug and Alcohol Issues: An Introduction for Child Welfare Professionals

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309: Drug and Alcohol Issues PowerPoint

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1: Agenda
2: Substance Abuse Statistics True & False Test
3: Commonly Abused Drugs
4: A Quick "Meth" Breakdown
5: Possible Signs of Drug Use
6: Guiding Principles for Child Welfare
7: Substance Abuse Statistic
8: The Impact of Substance Abuse on Children
9: Reflections on Reflections
10: Roles Children Might Assume in Substance Using/Abusing Families
11: The Effects of Substance Abuse on Children
12: Drug and Alcohol System Significant Laws that Affect Child Welfare
13: Information D&A Professionals can Release to CYS
14: Conditions that Increase Risk and Increase Chances for Unsuccessful Treatment
15: Conditions that Decrease Risk and Increase Chances for Successful Treatment
16: Treatment Modalities
17: Guidelines for Recognizing Effective Treatment Programs
18: Principles of Effective Drug and Alcohol Treatmen
19: Single County Authority List
20: Making a Formal Referral
21: Chemical Dependency & Child Abuse Questionnaire
22: Risk in Families with Substance Abuse Concerns
23: The Denial Patterns
24: Six Stages of Change
25: The Stages of Change: Permanency Plan Worker Tasks and Skills
26: Morgan Family Case Study
27: Morgan Family Child's Permanency Plan
28: Transfer of Learning
29: Web Resource List
30: References

Drug & Alcohol Pre-work
Pre-Work Participant Letter

Guide to Appendices
Appendix #1A: Cannabinoids
Appendix #1B: Depressants
Appendix #1C: Dissociative Anesthetics
Appendix #1D: Hallucinogens
Appendix #1E: Opioids and Morphine Derivatives
Appendix #1F: Stimulants
Appendix #1G: Other Compounds

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