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RMQIC Products

Interested in learning what it takes and how to implement programs which serve families that struggle with substance abuse and child maltreatment issues? The following program materials are available for downloading:

Downloadable PDFs

Pre-Treatment Program Curriculum Guide: Motivational Interviewing

The Motivational Interviewing curriculum focuses on the concepts of addiction as a brain-chemistry disease and the six stages of change, and teaches participants how to recognize and demonstrate reflective and strategic responses to addiction. This two-day training session encourages open dialogue and participation through individual, small group and whole group activities and discussions.

Pre-Treatment Program Project Replication Handbook

This replication handbook describes the strategies of the Idaho Pre-Treatment Program to improve families' access to timely substance abuse assessment treatment. This handbook includes a detailed implementation report with suggestions, comments and recommendations for agencies and organizations interested in replicating the Pre-Treatment Program.

Pre-Treatment Program Final Evaluation Report

This Evaluation Report reviews the findings and implications of the Idaho Pre-Treatment Program and addresses the following questions:

  • Are parents in the program more likely to access and complete treatment for alcohol or other drug addiction?
  • Are children in the program more likely to be safely reunified with their parents or be able to remain at home?
  • Are families in the program less likely to experience subsequent maltreatment?
  • Will the work of substance abuse liaisons through the program positively affect the collaboration between the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare and substance abuse treatment providers?"

Recovering Together Program Curriculum Guide: An Education Support Group for Children

This curriculum guides child welfare professionals and substance abuse treatment providers in helping children and adolescents process their experience of living with a substance-abusing parent, and express and manage their feelings in healthy ways. To effectively encourage each child to work toward breaking the cycle of addiction and abuse in the family, this program focuses on a new topic every week for 16 weeks.

Recovering Together Program Community Implementation Guide and Research Findings

This guide provides insight on how to successfully implement and meet the challenges of the RTP model. This product also reports client outcomes after the completion of treatment, family skill building, and lifestyle change.

Recovering Together Program Curriculum Guide: Substance Abuse Treatment for Women and Their Families

This product is geared toward substance abuse treatment providers and their child welfare colleagues. This curriculum provides the tools to implement a therapeutic and educational program in which women learn about addiction and craving, are introduced to the basics of cognitive-behavioral techniques to make changes in their lives and receive ongoing adjunct treatment services as needed.

Denver Indian Family Resource Center Resource Guide: Working with Urban American Indian Families with Child Protection and Substance Abuse Challenges

This handbook provides insight and practical information on how to work in a culturally competent and sensitive way with urban American Indians who face personal and historical trauma and who struggle with substance abuse and child welfare issues. This handbook also addresses how child welfare and community agencies can build and maintain strong working relationships with American Indian organizations.

Denver Indian Family Resource Center Project Replication Handbook

This handbook outlines the DIFRC project to increase awareness of the challenges of providing services to American Indian and similar populations. This handbook is a guide to American Indian and public child welfare agencies considering initiating or improving service delivery to American Indian families with both child protection and substance abuse issues.

Denver Indian Family Resource Center Research Report

This report presents the formative and summative evaluation findings from the DIFRC site. The DIFRC Research Report includes an examination of outcomes using quantitative pre-post measures, documentation of consumers and measurement of safety and permanency outcomes.

ADA County Family Violence Court Case Coordinator Handbook

Because families' substance abuse, domestic violence and child protection issues are often compounded by housing, mental health, employment, financial or court system issues, it is important that case coordinators be highly trained and experienced professionals. This handbook outlines the skills and tasks required of case coordinators, as well as the basics of working effectively with family members and community partners.

ADA County Family Violence Court Replication Manual

This manual is perfect for agencies, child welfare system organizations or courts interested in replicating the FVC project. This manual describes how and why to organize collaboration between and communication with agencies, departments and organizations, and how to effectively use the role of the coordinator.

ADA County Family Violence Court Comprehensive Evaluation Report

This report uses quantitative and qualitative data to describe patient outcomes, indicators, measurements and processes of the FVC project.

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