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FSoS Abi Gewirtz presents ADAPT at Congressional Briefing Series

Abigail GewirtzOn March 11, Department of Family Social Science and Institute of Child Development Professor Abi Gewirtz presented "Evaluation of a web-enhanced parenting program for military families: ADAPT," at the Friends of the National Institute on Drug Abuse Congressional Briefing in Washington, DC.

The briefing, "Military Personnel, Veterans and Their Families: How Substance Abuse Research is Effecting Positive Change," was organized by APA's Science Government Relations Office as part of the Friends of NIDA coalition's Charles S. Schuster Congressional Briefing Series.

ADAPT stands for "After Deployment, Adaptive Parenting Tools" and is a resilience-promoting program that builds skills in military families by training parents in core effective parenting skills.

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