• May 2010
  • Vol. 11, No. 4

Strategies and Tools for Practice

CBX provides tools and examples of programs for recruitment of families, risk assessment, drug use and mental health services for parents, and advocacy for youth.

  • Recruiting Adoptive Families in Rural Communities
    Recruiting adoptive parents in rural areas requires a specific type of marketing approach. The staff of Northeast Ohio Adoption Services (NOAS) have written a step-by-step recruitment guide that...
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  • Assessing Child Safety With Domestic Violence
    Enhancing the safety of children involved in domestic violence situations is the focus of a new factsheet from the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families (DCF). Promising Approaches:...
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  • Intensive Services for Addicted Parents
    Oregon's Intensive Treatment and Recovery Services (ITRS) initiative offers a range of intensive treatment options for parents with drug or alcohol addictions so that children can remain with...
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  • Questions About Advocating for Pregnant and Parenting Teens in Foster Care
    Pregnant and parenting teens in foster care face multiple challenges. Findings from a 2009 study by Chapin Hall of more than 4,500 pregnant and parenting Illinois teens in foster care identified...
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