SafeCare

Using Recidivism Data to Evaluate Project SafeCare: Teaching Bonding, Safety, and Health Care Skills to Parents
This study looks at substantiated incident rates of child abuse and neglect after postcontact for participants in SafeCare as compared to a comparison group of maltreating families, from the point of initial intake through a 24-month follow-up period.

A Statewide Trial of the SafeCare Home-Based Services Model with Parents in Child Protective Services
This study compared child welfare recidivism outcomes between the SafeCare model and comparable home-based services without the SafeCare modules, for parents in the Oklahoma child welfare system.

Is a Structured, Manualized, Evidence-Based Treatment Protocol Culturally Competent and Equivalently Effective Among American Indian Parents in Child Welfare?
This study tests the effect of the SafeCare program on child welfare recidivism reduction and acceptability among American Indian parents, as compared to full study results.

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