The Family Treatment Court Best Practice Standards (BPS) provide local jurisdictions, states, tribes, and funders with clear practice guidance; the goal is to improve outcomes for children, parents, and families affected by SUDs and involved in child welfare.
While all BPS standards are important—both individually and collectively—we think of BPS as the overall framework for FTC. While standards such as organization, structure, and data remain vital, ensuring equity and inclusion must play a role in every FTC practice.
Please reach out to CFF for guidance on integrating an equity and inclusion lens for your FTC.
Click for the guidebook of standards.