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Substance Use Disorder Peer Delivered Services Child Welfare Best Practices Curriculum
This curriculum, developed by the Oregon Regional Facilitation Center, is designed to cover ten best practices for peers who work in the child welfare field. These practices include establishing a connection with parents; supporting positive engagement in services; supporting compliance with child welfare; promoting self-efficacy; inspiring hope and serving as reunification role model; person-centered, trauma-informed services that evoke individual needs, objectives, and goals; advocating for patents with child welfare; guiding development of supportive relationships; guiding and teaching system navigation; and regulations, ethical conduct, and peer boundaries.
- Evidence Based Practice
- Integration of Peer Services