• November 2016
  • Vol. 17, No. 8

Child Welfare Research

This month's CBX features a guide to help practitioners use cost analysis tools to quantify the economic benefits of child abuse prevention programs, as well as a report exploring recent work by a multiservice organization that offers an array of supportive and therapeutic services for children affected by trauma.

  • Quantifying Cost Benefits of Prevention Services
    A new guide is available to help practitioners use cost analysis tools to quantify the economic benefits of child abuse prevention programs. The guide's authors note that cost analysis can go a...
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  • Fidelity of Trauma Treatment in Under-Served Communities
    A comprehensive service model for treating trauma-affected children and families points to the need for reliable and low-cost tools to improve the fidelity of evidence-based practices and the...
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