• May 2004
  • Vol. 5, No. 4

Strategies and Tools for Practice

  • Federal Law No Barrier to Integrating Social Services
    Caseworkers often assist children and families who face multiple problems. Integrating mutliple service streams has become a focus of many programs, since integration may allow agencies to...
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  • Treating Fathers Who Maltreat
    A recent article in "Clinical Psychology" argues that the intervention needs of maltreating fathers are not met by traditional parenting programs, which may actually support some of the...
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  • Shared Family Care
    Shared Family Care (SFC) is a child welfare service that places an entire family in the home of a community mentor for approximately 6 months. The mentor provides day-to-day modeling of...
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