Learn how the START model serves families dually affected by parental substance use disorder and involved in the child welfare system.
Investing in families means strengthening them, not separating them unnecessarily. Explore our signature report to learn more.
Co-developed with parents, this brief highlights the impacts of language and why certain terms used in child welfare should be reconsidered.
This appendix lists training topics and approaches that eight parent partner programs use during new parent partner onboarding.
Learn about home visiting models that are effective in reducing child maltreatment.
Learn how New York City leveraged Family Enrichment Centers and Community Partnerships to support families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn about the three main sources of funding that are used to support parent partner programs.
Explore how various parent partner programs recruit, train, and support the parents who serve as peer mentors to other parents.
Learn how the Nurse-Family Partnership home visiting program can generate positive outcomes as it offers support to new mothers.
Dr. Bell’s 2019 testimony on funding programs for fathers in Families First to a subcommittee of the House Committee on Ways and Means.