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|Document Title:||Working Across the Prevention Continuum to Strengthen Families|
|Corporate Author:||Capacity Building Center for States|
|Abstract:||Illustrates what an integrated, comprehensive, prevention-focused approach looks like along a three-tiered prevention continuum. The publication defines primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention; identifies key partners who need to be actively involved in collaboration at each level; describes what it means to be aligned across prevention levels to offer seamless services; and features examples. Child welfare leaders and managers can use this to establish common understanding of the continuum among community partners, legislators, child welfare agency staff, caregivers, youth, and other stakeholders.|
|Document Title:||Family Stabilization [Website].|
|Corporate Author:||California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare.|
|Abstract:||The California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (CEBC) website is designed to allow you access to a summary of practice topical areas or programs relevant to one or more major child welfare goals. This link allows you to view the programs that have been reviewed and rated by the CEBC in the Family Stabilization topical area. (Author abstract modified)|
|Document Title:||Parenting Research Centre: Raising Children Well [Website].|
|Corporate Author:||Parenting Research Centre.|
|Abstract:||This website is designed to assist Australian policymakers, agency leaders, and practitioners choose parenting interventions and develop initiatives that are effective and well suited to their service context. Information is provided on evidence-based parent education programs and findings from research studies on parenting and child rearing. Links discuss research design and analysis, knowledge syntheses, knowledge translation and exchange, practice design, implementation, and evaluation. Additional links highlight recent research findings on parenting and evidence-based practice.|
|Document Title:||Latino Practice Advisory Committee [Website].|
|Corporate Author:||California Department of Social Services.
County Welfare Directors Association of California.
|Abstract:||The Latino Practice Advisory Committee is a collaboration of the California Department of Social Services and the County Welfare Directors Association. The committee was formed to address the growing population of Latino children and families in California communities and the child welfare systems, and to facilitate the provision of culturally relevant services that respond to their unique needs. This site collects information and resources for child welfare agencies regarding Latino children and families, including research, policy, promising practices, and strategies for organizational improvement. (Author abstract)|
|Document Title:||Title IV-E Prevention Services Clearinghouse [Website].|
|Corporate Author:||Abt Associates.
United States. Administration for Children and Families. Title IV- E Prevention Services Clearinghouse.
|Abstract:||This searchable website explains the Title IV- E Prevention Services Clearinghouse was established by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to conduct an objective and transparent review of research on programs and services intended to provide enhanced support to children and families and prevent foster care placements. The Prevention Services Clearinghouse, developed in accordance with the Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) as codified in Title IV-E of the Social Security Act, rates programs and services as well-supported, supported, promising, or does not currently meet criteria. Users are able to...more|
|Document Title:||The Evidence for Strengthening Families|
|Corporate Author:||Capacity Building Center for States|
|Abstract:||Provides research, evidence, and data on the shortcomings of the current reactive child welfare system design in preventing child abuse and neglect and the value of collaboration as the key to prevention, safety, and long-term stability for children and families. The research also draws connections between investment in prevention and the reduction of inequities within the system. Child welfare leaders and managers can use this literature review to learn about the evidence for system change and build understanding among staff and partners. Data on the financial, health, and social costs and long-term effects of not preventing child abuse and neglect can...more|
|Document Title:||Do Intensive In-Home Services Prevent Placement?: A Case Study of Youth Villages’ Intercept® Program.|
|Personal Author:||Huhr, Scott.,Wulczyn, Fred.|
|Abstract:||This report presents the results of a study that investigated whether Youth Village’s Intercept program (previously known as YVIntercept) had a demonstrable impact on the likelihood of out-of-home placement for children at risk of placement who were referred to the program by the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services (DCS). Intercept is an integrated approach to in-home parenting skill development that offers a variety of evidence-based and best practices to meet the individualized needs of a family and young person. Intercept staff work with families with children who are at risk of either entry or re-entry into State custody so as to...more|
|Document Title:||Regional Partnership Grant Program.|
|Corporate Author:||National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare.|
|Abstract:||This brief explains the Regional Partnership Grant (RPG) Program is administered by the Administration for Children, Youth, and Families, Children’s Bureau to improve the well-being of children affected by parental substance use disorders. The grants support interagency collaborations and integration of programs, services, and activities designed to increase the well-being, improve the permanency, and enhance the safety of children who are in, or at risk of, out-of-home placements as the result of a parent or caregiver’s substance use disorder. The partnerships implement a range of activities and interventions, including peer recovery coaching, family-centered substance use disorder treatment, parenting and family strengthening...more|
|Document Title:||Parental Views on Newborn Next Generation Sequencing: Implications for Decision Support.|
|Personal Author:||Moultrie Rebecca R.,Paquin Ryan.,Rini Christine.,Roche Myra I.,Berg Jonathan S.,Powell Cynthia M.,Lewis Megan A.|
|Abstract:||Understanding parental perspectives, values, and beliefs and integrating evidence-based findings into a parent-centric decision aid provides value and support in making decisions related to NGS-NBS, where there is no clear course of action. (Author abstract)|
|Document Title:||All Eyes on Me As a Parent: Professionals' and Offenders' Views on Parenting Challenges and Barriers to Accessing Parenting Services.|
|Personal Author:||Prguda, Emina.,Burke, Kylie.|
|Abstract:||Background: The intergenerational transmission of ineffective parenting practices and the cycle of crime are well documented. Despite this, insufficient research has examined parenting support services for parents who are involved in the Criminal Justice System (CJS), particularly community corrections. Research suggests that barriers exist to offender parents utilizing support services in the community, including parenting services.ObjectiveThis study examined the key barriers that prevent offender parents from accessing parenting services in the community, pathways to parenting support for parents through Corrective Services and community agencies, and the key parenting challenges that parents experience.Method, setting and participants14 focus groups were conducted in Australia...more|