• June 2009
  • Vol. 10, No. 5

Child Welfare Research

CBX highlights evidence-based practices in parent training, housing-based efforts for transitioning youth, guiding principles for rural research, and the impact of parents' probationary status on their children.

  • Providing the "Evidence" for Evidence-Based Practice in Parent Training
    A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) examines the impact of 14 parent training program components on parenting and child behavior outcomes. By learning more about...
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  • Probationer Parents and the Child Welfare System
    A newly published study examines the outcomes, characteristics, and experiences of probationers' children with whom child protective services (CPS) had contact. In the study, "Children of...
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  • Lighthouse Independent Living Program Bridges Gap for Adolescents
    Aging out of the foster care system provides a multitude of real-life challenges for youth, including completing a GED program or high school, finding a job, and securing housing. A recent study...
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  • Accommodating Rural and Tribal Issues in Research
    A recent paper from the Center for Human Services at the University of California (UC), Davis, suggests that child welfare researchers need to take into account certain principles in conducting,...
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