Families & Communities

This section contains material on socioeconomic and other family and community factors related to children and families involved with child welfare services.


Title Authors Year Type of Publication
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Reconstructing the Evidence

Marcellus, Lenora

2007 Journal article
Meeting Them "Where They're At": Intensive School-Based Psychotherapy for Children Who Have Been Maltreated

Mishna, Faye

2007 Journal article
Children with disabilities receiving services from child welfare agencies in Manitoba

Gough, Pamela
Fuchs, Don

2006 Information sheet
Children with FASD-related Disabilities Receiving Services from Child Welfare Agencies in Manitoba

Gough, Pamela
Fuchs, Don

2006 Information sheet
The Potential Benefits of Remaining in School on the Long-Term Mental Health Functioning of Physically and Sexually Abused Children: Beyond the Academic Domain

Williams, Simon
MacMillan, Harriet
Jamieson, Ellen 

2006 Journal article
Electroencephalographic correlates of prenatal exposure to alcohol in infants and children: A Review of findings and implications for neurocognitive development

D'Angiulli, Amedeo
Grunau, Peter
Maggi, Stefania
Herdman, Anthony

2006 Journal article
Family Therapy, Family Practice, and Child and Family Poverty: Historical Perspectives and Recent Developments

Frankel, Harvy
Frankel, Sid

2006 Journal article
When Difference Matters: Matching Service Delivery to Diverse Street Youth Populations

Parker, Joanne
Karabanow, Jeff
Hughes, Jean
Gahagan, Jacqueline
Kisely, Stephen

2006 Journal article
Children with Disabilities Receiving Services from Child Welfare Agencies in Manitoba

Fuchs, Don
Burnside, Linda
Marchenski, Shelagh
Mudry, Andria

2005 Report
Supporting Aboriginal children and youth with learning and/or behavioural disabilities in the care of Aboriginal child welfare agencies

Wright, Alexandra
Hiebert-Murphy, Diane
Gosek, Gwen

2005 Report