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 Authors Year of Publication
Growing Up in B.C.

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

Report on the Review of the Child and Family Services Act: Building Stronger Families

Northwest Territories Standing Committee on Social Programs

Journal article
Support needs of Aboriginal foster parents

Ivanova, Viktoria
Brown, Jason

Journal article
Assessing the effectiveness of the NICHD investigative interview protocol when interviewing French-speaking alleged victims of child sexual abuse in Quebec

Cyr, Mireille
Lamb, Michael E.

Journal article
Benefits of Cultural Matching in Foster Care

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

Journal article
Child and Youth Care Practice in North America: Historical Roots and Current Challenges

Charles, Grant
Garfat, Thom

Journal article
Child sexual abuse and adult romantic adjustment: comparison of single- and multiple-indicator measures

Godbout, Natacha
Sabourin, Stéphane
Lussier, Yvan

Information Sheet
Early childhood home visiting programs

Knoke, Della

Journal article
Evaluation of an In-Service Training Program for Child Welfare Practitioners

Turcotte, Daniel
Lamonde, Geneviève
Beaudoin, André

Book chapter
Jumping through Hoops: A Manitoba Study Examining Experiences and Reflections of Aboriginal Mothers Involved with Child Welfare in Manitoba

Bennett, Marlyn