• September 2009
  • Vol. 10, No. 7

Child Welfare Research

Research in the field looks at promising results from integrating differential response with systems of care and reports on chronic neglect, developmental delays, and community prevention of sexual abuse.

  • Enhancing Multiple Response With System of Care
    Agencies that use both multiple response systems (MRSs) and systems of care (SOCs) reap more benefits than those using an MRS alone, according to a recent issue brief from the Center for Child and...
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  • Chronic Neglect Special Issue
    American Humane has undertaken a national initiative on chronic neglect, aiming to identify and develop strategies and tools to prevent chronic neglect, support at-risk families, and effect...
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  • Addressing Developmental Needs of Young Children
    A recent study funded by the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, examined the developmental needs of young children (0 to 5 years) in the child...
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  • Promoting Healthy Environments to Stop Sexual Abuse
    A recent report from the Prevention Institute analyzes the environmental factors and norms that contribute to child sexual abuse and exploitation and illustrates primary prevention strategies...
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