Browsing School of Social Work by Subject "Family Connections"
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Using prevention science to enhance the safety and well-being of childrenReport on the use of prevention science principles to design and evaluate a community based program focused on preventing child neglect. (from Objectives)
Working with families to reduce the risk of neglect: Results from two demonstration projectsPowerPoint presentation at the 13th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (theme title: Faces of change: Embracing diverse cultures and alternative approaches), Albuquerque, NM, April 23-28, 2001. Highlights the services provided by 2 programs, Family Connections in Baltimore, MD, and Project Healthy Grandparents, in Fulton and DeKalb Counties, Georgia. Discusses caregiver and child risk factors, intervention philosophy and services, research methods, and targeted outcomes.