National Alliance For Drug Endangered Children
Rating: 1 stars 1 1 review 646
9101 Harlan Street Suite 245 Westminster CO 80031 USA
National dec helps break the cycle of abuse and neglect by empowering practitioners to identify and respond to children living in dangerous drug environments. National dec's approach for addressing the needs of children in dangerous drug environments focuses on the formation of community-based partnerships that encourage agency personnel from across multiple disciplines to coordinate their mutual interests, resources and responsibilities. We support states, tribal communities, and local communities by helping to develop efficient and effective strategies and tools that better leverage existing resources. We provide national leadership, strategic planning, training, and technical assistance to our alliances and network members and advocate for intervention on behalf of these innocent victims.
National dec delivers of a very effective three-tiered drug endangered children training program all across the country. The three training components are: a) drug endangered children awareness; b) implementing the dec approach through common vision, collaboration, & change; and, c) local and tribal dec development. Technical assistance and follow-up trainings are also provided. National dec builds functional, multi-disciplinary state, tribal, and local drug endangered children alliances which implement a collaborative approach to recognize children at risk and intervene to prevent child maltreatment and provide support and services to break multi-generational cycles of neglect and abuse. National dec identifies and shares promising practices, provides information about drug trends, and connects thousands of professionals across the country to help address the challenges faced by drug endangered children through e-updates, social media, webinars, and conferences.
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This organization receives a large amount of public monies and have repeatedly failed to produce. They invite participation from the public but all efforts seem to be for the personal gain of agency employees. They also have a record of failing to provide assistance. Employees are disorganized and leadership poor. Help that is completed will not be used if the director feels threatened by someone else's quality work.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
The number of people who have attempted to work with this organization only to discover that the only ones benefitting are the employees.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
completely restructure the organization and perhaps merge it with the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare which is the organization that is responsible for any credibility the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children has gleaned.