intervention & prevention

Intervention and prevention programs are provided to children, caregivers, and families to reduce the risk factors for and impact of child abuse or neglect.

Title Sort descending Authors Year of Publication
Report
Government of Nunavut Responses to Recommendations by the Standing Committee on Oversight of Government Operations and Public Accounts

Nunavut Minister of Health and Social Services

Report
Growing Up in B.C.

British Columbia Representative for Children and Youth
British Columbia Office of the Provincial Health Officer

Journal article
Growing up with foster siblings: Exploring the impacts of fostering on the children of foster parents

Serbinski, Sarah

Journal article
Guidelines in Child and Youth Care Family Work: A Case Story

Charles, Grant
Charles, Holly

Journal article
Health impacts of supportive housing for homeless youth: A pilot study

Kisely, Stephen
Parker, Joanne,
Campbell, Leslie Anne
Karabanow, Jeff
Hughes, Jean
Gahagan, Jacqueline

Journal article
How am I who I am? Self in Child and Youth Care practice

Garfat, Thom
Charles, Grant

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
Individual- and relationship-level factors related to better mental health outcomes following child abuse: Results from a nationally representative Canadian sample
Afifi, Tracie O.
MacMilan, Harriet L. 
Taillieu, Tamara
Turner, Sarah
Cheung, Kristine
Sareen, Jitender 
Boyle, Michael H. 
Journal article
Infant placement in Canadian child maltreatment-related investigations

Tonmyr, Lil
Williams, Gabriela
Jack, Susan M.
MacMillan, Harriet

Journal article
Infants and the decision to provide ongoing child welfare services
Filippelli, Joanne
Fallon, Barbara
Trocmé, Nico
Fuller-Thomson, Esme
Black, Tara