State Strategies to Meet the Needs of Young Children and Families Affected by the Opioid Crisis

This is a report from the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) that discusses how child-serving agencies are responding to the opioid crisis. It includes states’ strategies to support young children and families impacted by opioid use disorder (OUD), available state and federal funding sources for these initiatives, and key considerations for states working to improve services and outcomes for this vulnerable population. 

Resource Type
Peer-reviewed Articles and Reports
Continuum of Care
Response Approach
Early Intervention
Family Support