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Partnerships for Children and Families Project

Non-Retrospective Technical Report: Accessible Program and Agency Based Program Parent Survey Results from Case Opening and Follow Up

A study of the impacts of institutional settings on child welfare services, employment, and families
Frensch, K.

published: 2010 | Research publication | Full length research report

Outcomes of accessible and central service models are assessed in this non-retrospective technical report using three criteria: (1) impacts on parent, child and family functioning; (2) impacts on system functioning (e.g. child placements, court involvements); and (3) impacts on parent and community attitudes towards child protection organizations.

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