The National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children works with nonprofits, organizations, companies, government agencies, tribes, and community leaders to address the challenges of DEC cases and the needs of drug endangered children.
Their ideas, support, and strengths help make a difference in the lives of children who are living in dangerous drug environments.
Academy of Forensic Nursing
To link research to practice through the dissemination of scholarship, education, and service to those affected by and responding to trauma.
Mid-America Prevention Technology Transfer Center
To serve as a prevention catalyst, empowering individuals and fostering partnerships to promote safe, healthy, and drug-free communities across Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas.
Timbi Talks about Addiction
Janet and Trish wrote several versions of Timbi Talks about Addiction. The two sisters worked to find the right balance between length, content and age-group; they wanted to include as many evidence-based coping skills as possible. Given the current epidemic of opioid addiction in the United States, and the limited resources for this 3-12 year old age group, they saw this as the first niche to fill.