Tills article presents a review of the intensive family preservation evaluation literature, the prepost test rnethology employed to evaluate three models in one state and the findings which have informed policymakers and program designers as the service expands. After intensive family preservation services, significant changes were found in parent-centered risk, parental disposition, and child-centered and child performance. No changes were found in economic risk and household adequacy.
Rodenhiser, Roy W.; Chandy, Joseph; and Ahmed, Kazi
"Intensive Family Preservation Services: Do They Have Any Impact on Family Functioning?,"
Journal of Family Strengths:
1, Article 7.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/jfs/vol1/iss1/7