Drug Endangered Child Training Network

Grants and Contracts Details


The primary goal of this project is to increase proper identification, acute medical care and long-term follow-up of methamphetamine-exposed children through education of a broad variety of health professionals and community members. Early identification and intervention by informed individuals in the community can aid in the prevention of harm that would come ITom continued unrecognized exposure. Disseminating and implementing the new National Protocol for meth-exposed children is key to ensuring that meth-exposed Kentucky children receive state of the art care and reception of initial and follow-up medical care. Dissemination of training in current best practices will also equip professionals of all types involved with these children in 5I counties to confidently provide the best quality of care possible.
Effective start/end date9/1/058/15/08


  • Appalachian Regional Commission: $838,063.00


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