All families have supports to be healthy and thrive in our community, to include awareness of child abuse and neglect; trauma informed care & services; and access to healthy food.
Early and Lasting Connections helps people who are in recovery or using substances and who are pregnant or postpartum connect with the care they need.
Learn more about P2P and the Dartmouth Trauma Interventions Research Center here:
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Partners to Promote (P2P) Wraparound Study
A team at the Dartmouth Trauma Interventions Research Center is recruiting families affected by parental substance use to join in their P2P-Wraparound project. Partners to Promote Safety, Permanency and Well-Being for Families Affected by Substance Use (P2P) aims to improve the safety, permanency, well-being and functioning for families through delivering the Wraparound Process to eligible families. The Wraparound Process is a comprehensive family-centered enhanced care coordination model that is led by a trained Wraparound Coordinator. Family’s needs, their vision, and goals are at the center of this intervention.
From a recent participant of Wraparound: “Having someone who is down to earth is big and know I can vent and tell you things too without feeling bad. It’s also not dictated – we work together and I am in control of my life and how the meetings go. I feel very comfortable with [my Wraparound coordinator].”