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 Sort descending Authors Year of Publication
Report
'Not so Easy to Navigate': A Report on the Complex Array of Income Security Programs and Eductional Planning for Children in Care in Ontario

Stapleton, J. & Tweedle, A.

Journal article
Academic and social outcomes for high-risk youths in Manitoba

Brownell, Marni D.
Roos, Noralou P.
Macwilliam, Leonard
Leclair, Leanne
Ekuma, Okechukwu
Fransoo, Randy

Journal article
Access visits: Perceptions of child protection workers, foster parents and children who are Crown Wards

Morrison, Janet
Mishna, Faye
Cook, Charlene
Aitken, Gail

Report
Brief Report on Income and Employment: Based on the Link Program Evaluation Study
Hubberstey, Carol
Rutman, Deborah
Hume, Sharon
Journal article
Building Community: A Conceptual Framework for Child Protection

Barter, Ken

Journal article
Burden of Dysthymia and Comorbid Illness in Adults in a Canadian Primary Care Setting: High Rates of Psychiatric Illness in the Offspring

Bell, Barbara
Chalklin, Lori
Mills, Michael
Browne, Gina
Steiner, Meir
Roberts, Jacqueline
Gafni, Amiram
Byrne, Carolyn
Wallik, David
Kraemer, James
Webb, Michelle
Jamieson, Ellen
Whittaker, Susan
Dunn, Edward

Journal article
Characteristics of Young Parents Investigated and Opened for Ongoing Services in Child Welfare

Fallon, Barbara
Ma, Jennifer
Black, Tara
Wekerle, Christine

Information Sheet
Child and family poverty in Canada: Implications for child welfare research

de Boer, Kaila
Rothwell, David W.
Lee, Christopher

Journal article
Child Maltreatment Investigations Involving Parents with Cognitive Impairments in Canada

McConnell, David
Feldman, Maurice
Aunos, Marjorie
Prasad, Narasimha

Journal article
Child protection workers' experiences of working with high-conflict separating families

Saini, Michael
Black, Tara
Lwin, Kristen
Marshall, Alana
Fallon, Barbara
Goodman, Deborah