• Aftercare Study: Outcomes of Independent Living Final Report

      DePanfilis, Diane; Daining, Clara; University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Social Work; BCDSS Social Services Administrators Meeting (2003-09-30)
      The Outcomes of Independent Living project was a collaborative research project between the University of Maryland Center for Families, the Family Welfare Research and Training Group, and the Baltimore City Department of Social Services. The purpose of this project was to provide information on the outcomes of young adults who left out-of-home care in Baltimore City. Choice of outcomes was guided by the federal legislation in collaboration with Baltimore City Department of Social Service staff. The outcomes of interest included educational achievement, employment status, homelessness, parenthood, life skills, health risk behavior and criminal activity. Explanatory domains examined included social support, spirituality, and stress. (from Project abstract)
    • Assessment of outcomes of independent living final report

      DePanfilis, Diane; Daining, Clara (2003-06-25)
      The Outcomes of Independent Living project was a collaborative research project between the University of Maryland Center for Families, the Family Welfare Research and Training Group, and the Baltimore City Department of Social Services. The purpose of this project was to provide information on the outcomes of young adults who left out-of-home care in Baltimore City. Choice of outcomes was guided by the federal legislation in collaboration with Baltimore City Department of Social Service staff. The outcomes of interest included educational achievement, employment status, homelessness, parenthood, life skills, health risk behavior and criminal activity. Explanatory domains examined included social support, spirituality, and stress. (from Project abstract)
    • Helping Families Connect to Meet Their Children’s Needs

      Glazer-Semmel, Esta M.; DePanfilis, Diane; Farr, Michelle (1999-12-01)
      PowerPoint presentatoin at the National Association for Family-Based Services 13th Annual Empowering Families Conference, Baltimore, Dec. 1-4, 1999. Highlights the goals of the Family Connections community based program. Includes guiding principles, screening criteria, child neglect risk, caregiver risk, intervention strategies and outcomes.
    • Improving the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Child Welfare Services Through State, Stakeholder, and University Collaboration

      Mols, Cathy; Ayer, David; DePanfilis, Diane; Shaw, Terry V.; Kaye, Sarah (2008-10-20)
      PowerPoint presentation at the Child Welfare Leadership in Action Conference, Washington, DC, Oct. 20, 2008, sponsored by the Administration for Children & Families, Children's Bureau. Highlights the Maryland Place Matters Initiative the primary goals for which are to keep at-risk children with their families in the community and to reduce the need for out-of-home care. Emphasis is on family-centered practice and is a collaborative effort between the University of Maryland, School of Social Work and the Maryland Department of Human Resources, Social Services Administration.
    • Outcomes of Independent Living Project: A Collaboration between the Baltimore City Department of Social Services & the University of Maryland Center for Families.

      BCDSS Social Services Administrators Meeting; University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Social Work; DePanfilis, Diane (2003-02-25)
      The Outcomes of Independent Living project was a collaborative research project between the University of Maryland Center for Families, the Family Welfare Research and Training Group, and the Baltimore City Department of Social Services. The purpose of this project was to provide information on the outcomes of young adults who left out-of-home care in Baltimore City. Choice of outcomes was guided by the federal legislation in collaboration with Baltimore City Department of Social Service staff. The outcomes of interest included educational achievement, employment status, homelessness, parenthood, life skills, health risk behavior and criminal activity. Explanatory domains examined included social support, spirituality, and stress. (from Project abstract)
    • Symposium Policy Research to Guide Child Welfare Organizational Decision-Making

      DePanfilis, Diane; Esaki, Nina; Greeno, Elizabeth J.; Ahn, Haksoon; Hayward, R. Anna (2011-01)