The National Drug Court Institute (NDCI) has developed this publication to assist courts in creating a sustainability plan that moves past initial implementation into long-term viability.
This white paper outlines fiscal issues that affect the ability of programs to provide the comprehensive services needed by children and families affected by substance abuse, outlines the concept of unified fiscal planning, and briefly describes the Federal sources of funding for childwelfare and alcohol and drug services as well as several other sources of funds for services for children and adolescents.
This resource paper is a companion to the Family-Centered Treatment monograph and assists treatment providers and State substance abuseagencies to identify and access potential sources of funding for comprehensive family-centered treatment.
Presented by Nancy K. Young as part of the Art of Social Change: Child Welfare, Education and Juvenile Justice, Child Advocacy Program at Harvard Law School. Cambridge, MA October 2007.