Effects of Family Group Decision Making in a Voluntary Family Maintenance Program

Effects of Family Group Decision Making in a Voluntary Family Maintenance Program

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The results did not provide evidence for an effect of the intervention on any of the three outcomes studied. Child welfare workers had significantly fewer contacts with families that had a mental health issue at entry (standardized beta = -.293, p = .035). Families with a mental health issue started a significantly higher percentage of prescribed services (standardized beta = .507, pThe sample is a non-probability convenience sample, randomly assigned to experimental and control groups on a 5:3 ratio. ... of their lifetime allowance of one year of voluntary family maintenance services, and (3) families were assessed at a moderate or high risk of abuse or neglect. All families meeting these criteria whose cases were opened after March 1, 2000, were offered entry into the program;anbsp;...


Title:Effects of Family Group Decision Making in a Voluntary Family Maintenance Program
Author: Brenda L. Lorentzen
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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