Tools for supporting families impacted by Substance Use Disorder.
Substance Use Recovery
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) can have a profound influence on the lives of families, particularly children. Over the years Great Kids™ has received multiple requests from programs indicating they needed more information to support home visitors who were serving these families. For this reason, we contracted with experts in the field to help us develop materials that would do just that. The result is two upcoming new products designed specifically with the Home Visitor who is serving families impacted by SUD in mind.
Substance Use Recovery Products
RISE (NEW PRODUCT! NOW AVAILABLE!)
Recovery-Impact-Support-Empower. This interactive online course will guide the Home Visitor’s journey into enhanced understanding of Substance Use Disorder (SUD). While gaining foundational understanding, participants will learn to use that information to enhance, adapt, and integrate their home visiting skills to support families affected by Substance Use Disorder.
Hope at Home (In Development)
This curriculum manual is a companion product to be used in conjunction with the Growing Great Kids® curriculum series. It contains conversation guides written to be specifically appropriate for families in recovery from Substance Use Disorder and in such cases would be used in place of the Growing Great Families® manual.
From our Partners
What supervisors, home visitors, and parents are saying about Great Kids.
"I was looking for a foundational training for my home visitors that was comprehensive and focused on practical application. I needed something that would meet the needs of home visitors with different levels of education. This seminar was just the best!"
"I just wanted to let you know GGK is going great here. I am working with a couple who is just soaking it up! Their confidence as parents has increased, and I’ve only been with them for about 2 months now! They are very receptive to the curriculum, and that helps make my job so much easier, and so much more fun and productive.”