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 of Publication
Journal article
The role of school connectedness in the link between family involvement with child protective services and adolescent adjustment

Hamilton, Hayley A.
Wekerle, Christine
Paglia-Boak, Angela
Mann, Robert E.

Journal article
Timing of First Exposure to Maternal Depression and Adolescent Emotional Disorder in a National Canadian Cohort

Naicker, Kiyuri 
Wickham, Maeve
Colman, Ian 

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

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

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

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

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

Journal article
Child welfare involvement of mothers with mental health issues

Westad, Callie
McConnell, David

Journal article
Collaboration Between Addiction Treatment and Child Welfare Fields: Opportunities in a Canadian Context

Drabble, Laurie
Poole, Nancy

Journal article
Cultural Worldviews of Foster Parents

Brown, Jason D.
George, Natalie
St. Arnault, David
Sintzel, Jennifer

Journal article
Impact of a universal school-based violence prevention program on violent delinquency: Distinctive benefits for youth with maltreatment histories

Crooks, Claire V.
Scott, Katreena
Ellis, Wendy
Wolfe, David A.

Journal article
Parental cognitive impairment and child maltreatment in Canada

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