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Evidence-Based Neglect Prevention Model Shows Effectiveness With American Indians in a First of Its Kind Research Study (PDF - 615 KB) Casey Family Programs (2012) Discusses the findings of a study that investigated the effectiveness of an evidence-based, parent-training curriculum for American Indian parents who are at-risk or have been reported for maltreatment through Safe Care.Trained home visitors work with families who have children ages 0-5 in their home environment for 15 to 20 weeks.Provides an overview of basic child welfare services, describes how domestic violence (DV) services and child welfare (CW) professionals can support one another’s efforts in working with families, and lists resources for more information.Child welfare professionals and domestic violence advocates recognize the common co-occurrence of domestic violence and child maltreatment, and acknowledgement of this significant overlap has led to more collaboration between these fields. A research associate at the Family Research Laboratory and a Research Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of New Hampshire, she is also a fellow of the American Psychological Association.

Prevention of Child Maltreatment in High-Risk Rural Families: A Randomized Clinical Trial With Child Welfare Outcomes Silovsky, Bard, Chaffin, Hecht, Burris, Owora, et al.

The DELTA FOCUS Program: Intimate Partner Violence Is Preventable Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Explains the implementation of the DELTA FOCUS program at national, State, and local levels.

This program focuses on addressing societal structures that contribute to intimate partner violence, as well as the individual and relationship factors.

D., members of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Committee on the Biological and Psychosocial Effects of Peer Victimization: Lessons for Bullying Prevention to learn about the findings, conclusions, and recommendations of a new report, In this webinar, the third in a 3-part series, Drs.

Domestic violence and child abuse often occur in the same family and are linked to several consequences for all family members, as well as for members of the larger community.

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