Recovery Coaching Interventions for Families Involved with the Child Welfare System: Moving Toward Evidence-Based Practices
Recovery coaching, which helps parents increase access to and engage in substance misuse treatment, has grown since its initial use in the late 1990s. This Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation report features interventions in the child welfare system that include recovery coaches and assesses them for their readiness for replication. The report identifies nine eligible interventions for potential replication under the first phase of the Expanding Evidence on Replicable Recovery and Reunification Interventions for Families (R3) project.
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