As the family preservation and support movement evolves rapidly, this article overviews the past, present and future of this approach to policy and services. Building upon several decades of practice experience and research, and now federally funded, program designers are searching for ways to implement system wide change with an array of services all from a family focus, and strengths perspective. Critical issues facing the movement are discussed and a set of benchmarks to judge our future success is presented.
Hooper-Briar, Katharine; Broussard, Anne; Ronnau, John; and Sallee, Alvin L.
"Family Preservation and Support: Past, Present, and Future,"
Journal of Family Strengths: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/jfs/vol1/iss1/4