The purpose of the project is to conduct a process and outcome evaluation of Harford County’s Family Recovery Court (HC FRC). HC FRC serves parents who have been named in a Child in Need of Assistance (CINA) petition and who, through a thorough assessment, have been determined to have a substance use disorder. The Court has recently undergone substantial revisions, to include the addition of a parent support group and implementation of an evidence-based parenting program. Using a mixed-methods design, the project will examine the impact of program involvement on: parental child-rearing attitudes; parental treatment stays; parental treatment outcomes, time children spend in out-of-home placements; family reunification; and future incidents of child maltreatment. The project has the potential to impact HC FRC's development and effectiveness, with a goal of improved services and outcomes for Harford County's children and families affected by parental substance use disorders.