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Family Drug Court (FDC) Peer Learning Courts - Highlighting Effective FDC Practices
6/19/2013 - 6/19/2013
11:00 am PT, Satellite/Web Based
Event Contact:
Children and Family Futures
(866) 493-2758
Sponsoring Organization(s):
Children and Family Futures
Additional Information:
The Center for Children and Family Futures Webinar provides an overview of the Peer Learning Court (PLC) program, including information on how to connect with a PLC site through sharing of resources and/or site visit. The Webinar includes project leaders from Pima County, Arizona and Chatham County, Georgia who provide an overview of their respective Family Drug Court (FDC) and highlighted practice. Pima (AZ) shares their use of Recovery Resource Specialists to provide support for FDC participants while Chatham County (GA) shares their work in community resource development and community partnerships.