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Opioids and the Courts: Difficult Conversations Around Prevention

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The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) with support from the State Justice Institute (SJI) is hosting a series of webinars titled Opioids and the Courts- Difficult Conversations. Join NCJFCJ and expert faculty as we explore challenges associated with referring children and families to services in dependency and delinquency cases and how courts and services providers can work together to meet their needs and improve their lives. The five-part series will include conversations on prevention, intervention, harm reduction, reducing overdose, and death and recovery.


  • Hon. Terre Fratesi, Shelby County Juvenile Court
  • Erica Glynn, Shelby County Department of Children’s Services Community Advisory Board
  • Chanda Dunn – LCSW, Clinical Social Worker, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Center for Developmental Disabilities 
  • Dr. Bernard Williams, Chief Probation Officer at Juvenile Court of Memphis & Shelby County