Strive

Parent Engagement in Supported Supervised Visitation in Child Welfare
A qualitative evaluation of a pilot study of Strive, a parenting support program founded upon child welfare practice knowledge and research evidence on client engagement. The program is structured around supervised parent-child visits for families with children in out-of-home or foster care.

Designing an Evidence-Based Intervention for Parents Involved with Child Welfare
In this paper, we describe a process used to inform the development of a parenting intervention that would have high relevance to child welfare involved parents and could then work towards proving its effectiveness. This study helped to identify that early parent-child visits are a critical and untapped opportunity for the placement of a parenting intervention.

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