System Changes Could Improve Relationships between Incarcerated Mothers and Their Children
This brief shares comments from incarcerated mothers interviewed by researchers and researchers' findings about programs for incarcerated...
Families and Child Welfare Caseworkers Disagree about Service Needs
This report shares the findings of a comprehensive evaluation of the Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare....
Use of Infant Crying Screening Tool Improves Family Support
In this pilot study, we analyzed the utility of the Infant Crying and Parent Well-being screening tool in a pediatric clinical...
Evaluation of Capable Kids and Families Finds High Levels of Satisfaction
Two-Generation Pilot Program Improves Young Parents’ Education, Employment, Personal Growth, and Parenting
CYPP was designed to improve parenting, personal growth, and family self-sufficiency by supporting education and employment. Chapin Hall conducted three...
Integrating Healthcare and Early Childhood Systems Requires Capacity and Expertise