• Home Visiting In Maryland: Opportunities & Challenges of Sustainability

      Nadiv, Sarah; Harburger, Deborah Sarah; Sulzbach, Denise (2012-07-17)
    • Brief Strategic Family Therapy in Maryland: FY 2013 Implementation Report

      Farrell, Jill; Betsinger, Sara; Chen, David, M.S.; Mettrick, Jennifer; Zabel, Michelle (University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Social Work. Institute for Innovation & Implementation, 2014-10)
      Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSTF) is one of five prioritized evidence-based practices selected by Maryland’s Children’s Cabinet with the goal of providing empirically-supported community-based practices that address key outcomes for youth and families (e.g., delinquency, family functioning, etc.). Since FY2011, the Institute for Innovation & Implementation has helped to support the facilitation of BSFT implementation in Maryland and continues to provide technical assistance and data reporting to providers.
    • Brief Strategic Family Therapy in Maryland: FY 2014 Implementation Report

      Farrell, Jill; Betsinger, Sara; Chen, David, M.S.; Acuna, Rhea; Lowther, Jennifer; Zabel, Michelle (University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Social Work. Institute for Innovation & Implementation, 2015-08)
      Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) is one of five prioritized evidence-based practices selected by Maryland's Children's Cabinet with the goal of providing empirically-supported community-based practices that address key outcomes for youth and families (e.g. delinquency, family functioning, etc.) Since fiscal year (FY) 2011, The Institute for Innovation & Implementation has supported BSFT implementation in Maryland, providing technical assistance and data reporting to providers and stakeholders. The following report summarizes BSFT utilization, fidelity, and outcomes in Maryland for FY14.