The Value of Coordinated Services with Court-Referred Clients and Their Families: An Outcome Study
Child Welfare, Volume 89, Issue 1, 61-79.
This study assessed the effectiveness of building partnerships with community resources and systems for court-referred clients and their families through a participant outcome evaluation. Specific variables studied included change in substance abuse patterns, family well-being, child safety, and recidivism. Results from pre-post testing revealed that a model with a single case coordinator who collaborated across service providers was particularly effective with court-referred clients and their families for increasing family intimacy and child well-being and for decreasing family danger and conflict. Discussion and recommendations are included.
Kenneth M. Coll, Roger A. Stewart, Renée Morse, and Amber Moe. "The Value of Coordinated Services with Court-Referred Clients and Their Families: An Outcome Study" Child Welfare 89.1 (2010): 61-79.
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