A Review of Evidence-Based Interventions for Families Served by Infant-Toddler Court Teams
In 2015, the Quality Improvement Center for Research-Based Infant-Toddler Court Teams (QIC-CT) conducted a review of evidence-based and evidence-informed practices, programs, and interventions for infants, toddlers, and families in the child welfare system.
The goal of this research is to help child welfare systems and agencies increase their capacity to incorporate evidence-based practices to strengthen parenting and promote healthy development for very young children. These resources includes a supplement containing a decision-making framework comprised of important elements to consider when assessing an intervention’s relevance for the infant and toddler population in child welfare in a community.
Visit the QIC-CT website to explore the results of this research.
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