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Teleconference Explores Community Solutions to the Meth Problem

12/13/2005:   CWLA is sponsoring a teleconference this Thursday, Dec. 15, 2-3:30 p.m., to examine comprehensive interventions being implemented by communities in Southern California, Topeka, Kansas, and Idaho to address the devastating effects methamphetamine abuse has had on children and families.

The teleconference is the fourth in CWLA's five-part, Competence on Call teleconference series that provides a forum to consider critical child welfare issues, disseminate research findings, and inform the field about innovative policy and practice initiatives. The current series is focusing on the effects methamphetamine manufacture and use are having on the child welfare system, and the creative responses of states and communities nationwide.

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