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  • May 2017
  • Vol. 18, No. 3

Child Welfare Research

We highlight a Child Trends report that focuses on successful community-based initiatives to support early, healthy childhood development and elements needed to grow them; a podcast that explores how home visit programs for parents being investigated in child maltreatment cases can dramatically reduce the percentage of young children being removed from their homes; and a study that looks at the impact of transitional living programs from the perspective of formerly homeless youth.

  • Supporting Early Childhood Initiatives
    A new report from Child Trends highlights successful community-based initiatives to support early, healthy childhood development and elements needed to cultivate them. The report stems from a 2016...
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  • Benefits of Home Visit Programs
    A new podcast explores a recent study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that shows how home visit programs that include videotaped parent-child interactions can improve the...
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  • Supportive Community Important to Transitional Youth Housing Program
    One of the greatest contributions of a transitional living program (TLP), a youth housing model, is the supportive environment it creates for its youth residents. A recent journal article points...
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