We invite you to explore the thought-provoking articles and insights contained in this special double issue. They inspire us to think critically, challenge the status quo, and advocate for holistic, collaborative, and equitable approaches to address the needs of the children and families who experience impacts from prenatal substance exposure. May this special double issue serve as a catalyst for further research, discussion, and action that leads to meaningful improvement in the way we serve children who have been prenatally exposed to substances.
Erin Ingoldsby, Director, James Bell Associates
Julie Collins VP, Practice Excellence, Child Welfare League of America