• February 2020
  • Vol. 21, No. 1

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Prevention: Implementing Evidence-Based Programs

A recent episode from the Child Welfare Podcast Series focuses on Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention grantees as they share their local and statewide perspectives on how evidence-based programs (EBPs) were selected and tailored to meet the needs of their specific constituency groups. The podcast discusses how EBPs fare when compared with other programs that also deliver positive outcomes; tailoring EBPs for targeted communities, such as immigrants; applying EBPs across diverse regions to support each region's unique needs; and guidance for other grantees in selecting and implementing EBPs.

The episode features the following presenters:

  • Nikki Hartwig, Tribal and migrant CBCAP grantee, Child Abuse Prevention Services, Child Abuse Prevention Services, Inc.
  • Heidi Aakjer, assistant director and prevention coordinator and CBCAP state lead, Maine Children's Trust, Maine Children's Trust¬†

To listen to the podcast, "Prevention: Implementing Evidence-Based Programs," visit https://www.childwelfare.gov/more-tools-resources/podcast/episode-44/.

To find related podcasts on prevention and other topics in the Child Welfare Podcast Series, visit https://www.childwelfare.gov/more-tools-resources/podcast/.


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