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.

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Journal article
Using Popular Theatre for Engaging Racialized Minority Girls in Exploring Questions of Identity and Belonging

Lee, Jo-Anne
De Finney, Sandrina

Walking this path together: Anti-racist and anti-oppressive practice in child welfare

Carriere, Jeannine
Strega, Susan

Journal article
What Canadian Youth Tell Us About Disclosing Abuse

Ungar, Michael
Tutty, Leslie M.
McConnell, Sheri
Barter, Ken
Fairholm, Judi

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

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

Journal article
When the Bough Breaks: Provider-Initiated Comprehensive Care is More Effective and Less Expensive for Sole-Support Parents on Social Assistance

Browne, Gina
Byrne, Carolyn
Roberts, Jacqueline
Gafni, Amiram
Whittaker, Susan

Journal article
Where is the Justice? Parental Experiences of the Canadian Justice System in Cases of Child Sexual Abuse

Alaggia, Ramona
Lambert, Elizabeth
Regehr, Cheryl

Journal article
Who are these parents involved in child neglect? A differential analysis by parent gender and family structure

Dufour, Sarah
Lavergne, Chantal
Larrivée, Marie-Claude
Trocmé, Nico

Journal article
Working with Me, Working at Me: Fathers' Narratives of Child Welfare

Strega, Susan
Brown, Leslie
Callahan, Marilyn
Dominelli, Lena
Walmsley, Christopher

World Perspectives on Child Abuse, Eighth Edition

The International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) 

Young Mothers In/From Care Project

Rutman, Deborah
Strega, Susan
Callahan, Marilyn
Dominelli, Lena