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Checklist to Change – Rethinking Phases Recovery and Reunification in Your FTC Webinar

A growing number of family treatment courts (FTCs) are moving beyond the traditional pre‐set phasing structure focused on compliance, drug test results and completing a checklist of requirements to one that accounts for parents’ strengths, readiness, and supporting real behavioral change. This webinar explores the innovative and meaningful approach Family Treatment Courts (FTCs) have adopted to better assess and prepare families for successful recovery and reunification.

This webinar occurred on January 22, 2019.

Date Created: September 6, 2019