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Title:Supporting Families in Child Welfare Affected by Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorders
Duration:01:29:01
Viewed:1,653
Published:06-10-2017
Source:Youtube

This webinar will address how the opioid epidemic is affecting families, particularly pregnant women with opioid use disorders and their infants, and strategies to support them. Many systems are involved in decisions related to the treatment, care, and supervision of pregnant women with opioid use disorders. The systems are governed by a combination of federal regulations, state legislation, ethics, and system-specific guidelines. At times, this mixture of regulations and guidelines can result in conflicting recommendations regarding medical care, substance use treatment, and child safety. Systems must establish mechanisms for working together to develop a family-centered and coordinated approach. Strategies for strengthening collaboration will be discussed in this webinar.

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