Intervention & prévention

Les programmes d’intervention et de prévention sont offerts aux enfants, aux personnes qui prennent soins d’eux et aux familles pour diminuer les facteurs de risque et les répercussions relatives à la violence et à la négligence envers les enfants.


Titreicone de tri Auteurs Année Type de publication
(Ad)ministering Love: Providing Family Foster Care to Infants With Prenatal Substance Exposure

Marcellus, Lenora

2008 Article de journaux
A Comparative Study of Parental Sensitivity Between Three Groups of Adolescent Mothers

Paquette, Daniel
Zoccolillo, Mark
Bigras, Marc
Labelle, Marie-Ève
Azar, Rima
Emery, Jacinthe

2004 Article de journaux
A Constructionist Discourse on Resilience: Multiple Contexts, Multiple Realities among At-Risk Children and Youth

Ungar, Michael

2004 Article de journaux
A controlled evaluation of family behavior therapy in concurrent child neglect and drug abuse

Donohue, Brad
Azrin, Nathan H.
Bradshaw, Kelsey
Van Hasselt, Vincent B.
Cross, Chad L.
Urgelles, Jessica
Romero, Valerie
Hill, Heather H.
Allen, Daniel N. 

2014 Article de journaux
A culturally relevant measure of client satisfaction in child welfare services
Mundy, Crystal
Neufeld, Amanda N. 
Wells, Susan J
2016 Article de journaux
A longitudinal study of emotion regulation among sexually abused preschoolers
Sèguin-Lemire, Ariane
Hèbert, Martine
Cossette, Louise
Langevin, Rachel
2017 Article de journaux
A Management Review of the Alberta Child Welfare System

Crabtree, Cathy R.

2008 Rapport
A randomized trial of wraparound facilitation versus usual child protection services

Browne, Dillon T.
Puente-Duran, Sofia
Shlonsky, Aron
Thabane, Lehana
Verticchio, Dominic

2014 Article de journaux
A randomized trial of wraparound facilitation versus usual child protection services

Browne, Dillon T.
Puente-Duran, Sofia
Shlonsky, Aron
Thabane, Lehana
Verticchio, Dominic

2014 Article de journaux
A Tragedy in Waiting: How B.C.’s Mental Health System Failed One First Nations Youth

British Columbia Representative for Children and Youth

2016 Rapport