Increasing safety and well-being of children: results of a selective prevention intervention
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AbstractPresented at the Society for Prevention Research 11th Annual Meeting “Research to Policy”, Washington, DC, June 12th, 2003 – June 14th, 2003. The purpose of this study is "to explore the relationship between length of service and outcomes of a five year federally funded demonstration project to help families prevent neglect."
DescriptionPROJECT NAME: Helping Families Prevent Neglect; PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Diane DePanfilis; Co-Investigators: Howard Dubowitz, Esta Glazer-Semmel; PROJECT DATES: 1996 – 2002
Series/Report No.Community and School-Based Research;
SponsorsFUNDING SOURCE: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Children, Youth, and Families, Children’s Bureau. Grant number 90CA 1580 to the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Social Work--Projects and Reports
University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Medicine. Department of Pediatrics--Projects and Reports
Family social work
Social service--Outcome assessment
Child Abuse--prevention & control
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