• Ann Tucker

SAMHSA Releases Resources on State Services for Infants and Families Affected by Prenatal Substance

SAMHSA has released a new three-part series of technical assistance briefs, "How States Serve Infants and their Families Affected by Prenatal Substance Exposure." In addition, SAMHSA will hold interactive sessions featuring subject matter from the three briefs: to summarize steps States have taken to implement the 2016 Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA) amendments to the Child Abuse and prevention Treatment Act (CAPTA); to review states’ systems- and case-level strategies for monitoring Plans of Safe Care (POSC) and fulfilling data reporting requirements for CAPTA; and to provide an overview of the progress, knowledge, and experience States have gained since the passage of the CARA amendments to CAPTA.

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