Monthly Archives: December 2015


MARC LEWIS: “Incubation of Craving” The Fast Road to Relapse

Incubation of craving: The fast road to relapse Nov 25, 2015 03:54 am | Marc I recently came across a paper in Addiction Biology called “Recent updates on incubation of drug craving: a mini-review.” The studies summarized here show that drug craving increases progressively for weeks after we have stop […]


Prioritizing Early Childhood to Safely Reduce the Need for Foster Care

CASEY REPORT: “Prioritizing Early Childhood to Safely Reduce the Need for Foster Care”

Prioritizing Early Childhood to Safely Reduce the Need for Foster Care: A National Scan of Interventions. This research and practice brief explores the practice elements that contribute to effective programs for parents and young children involved with child welfare systems. DOWNLOAD Full Report PDF: 1 MB


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NEW ISSUE: RISE Magazine “Someone To Turn To”

Many struggling parents feel very alone, and isolation can put parents and children in jeopardy. The shame of a child welfare case can shatter relationships even further. In this issue, parents describe how people they trusted inside and outside the system helped them stabilize their families—and why trust and peer […]