Drug Endangered Children
The National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children defines drug endangered children as children who are at risk of suffering physical or emotional harm as a result of drug use, possession, manufacturing, cultivation, or distribution. They may also be children whose caretaker’s substance misuse interferes with the caretaker’s ability to parent and provide a safe and nurturing environment.
The Mid-America PTTC has partnered with the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children to provide the Core DEC training, train-the-trainer session, and technical assistance focused on strengthening community capacity.
As training is scheduled, they will be listed in the Training & Events calendar.
If you have a specific drug endangered children focused TA request please email us at [email protected].
Drug Endangered Children: A Collaborative Approach [webinar recording]