The Women’s Services Network (WSN) is a specialty NASADAD component group within the NTN dedicated to effective service delivery for women and their families. The members of the WSN, or Women’s Services Coordinators, are representatives of the SSAs and are designated to lead women-specific substance use issues. The WSN ensures that the unique treatment and recovery needs of women and their families are addressed and facilitates collaboration with other public and private service agencies that serve women and their families.
NASADAD/APHSA Release Publications on Improving Collaboration Between the Child Welfare and Alcohol and Other Drug SystemsApril 13, 2023
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