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National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children Conference is a great place to get more practice guidance. http://www.nationaldec-conference.org/
Diane
07/18/2016
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Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics with your colleagues on ...
OVCRC
07/13/2016
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Do you know of a quick reference for officers at scenes where DEC is suspected? Looking for something quick and simple.
Ben
07/13/2016
arrow icon COPS Office has developed some good reference materials - fo...
Diane
07/13/2016
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Do you have any protocols for interviewing children?
Alexandra
07/13/2016
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Diane
07/13/2016
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What are the long term impacts of exposure to chemicals used in meth labs?
Natasha
07/13/2016
arrow icon There is a lot of research on children exposed to meth chemi...
Diane
07/13/2016
arrow icon Chronic exposure to the chemicals typically used in meth man...
Dr. Pamela Todd
07/13/2016
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Do you have any recommendations on starting a DEC task force?
Leslie
07/13/2016
arrow icon There are good tools to help you start a DEC team at www.nat...
Diane
07/13/2016
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Are the different approaches, interventions, etc. that are employed depending on the type of drug a child is exposed to? alcohol vs. meth vs. cocaine for example?
P. Turner
07/13/2016
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Diane
07/13/2016
arrow icon The interventions and/or approaches are not based on the dru...
Dr. Pamela Todd
07/13/2016
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What training and resources do you recommend to help school staff recognize potential drug-endangered children?
james s.
07/13/2016
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Dr. Pamela Todd
07/13/2016
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Which are the best services for Drug-Endangered Children (supported by research and data)? Also, what ages constitute a drug-endangered child?
Taylor Mace
07/13/2016
arrow icon When the community has a DEC team, schools are included not ...
Diane
07/13/2016
arrow icon Two agencies sell it. Paxis Institute in Arizona led by Dr. ...
Richard Seitz
07/13/2016
arrow icon in 2010 Dr. Elizabeth Robertson, then chief of prevention re...
Richard Seitz
07/13/2016
arrow icon Yes, I have seen it implemented and done years of research o...
Richard Seitz
07/13/2016
arrow icon Great information. I will have to do some digging into this ...
Taylor Mace
07/13/2016
arrow icon Problem is, only a good investigation by a child welfare age...
Richard Seitz
07/13/2016
arrow icon Do you have any first hand experience implementing this PAX ...
Taylor Mace
07/13/2016
arrow icon Yes, this applies to children exposed before birth; however ...
Dr. Pamela Todd
07/13/2016
arrow icon This document provides good information regarding services f...
Diane
07/13/2016
arrow icon The National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children defines a...
Diane
07/13/2016
arrow icon Does this include those children who are exposed to the ille...
Taylor Mace
07/13/2016
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Dr. Pamela Todd
07/13/2016
arrow icon CBT, Cognitive Behavioral therapy is often recommended and h...
Richard Seitz
07/13/2016
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The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Dr. Pamela Todd and Diane Payne to the OVC Web Forum. They will be available to answer your questions on best practices for Support and Services ...
OVCRC
07/13/2016
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