Topic: Interventions for Neglect
Why was Interventions for Neglect chosen as a topic by the Advisory Committee? (Click for Answer)
Interventions for Neglect was chosen as a topic by the Advisory Committee because, while child neglect is the most common type of child maltreatment, it frequently goes unreported and, historically, has not been acknowledged or publicized as greatly as child abuse. In addition, the effects of neglect can be just as detrimental, and as it relates to children’s early brain development, even more detrimental than physical or sexual abuse. Child welfare professionals need help identifying new and effective ways to target and serve at-risk families so that they can minimize the risk that could lead to child neglect; equip families with the skills and resources they need to ensure that children’s basic needs are met; and decrease the effects of neglect on the developing child.
Information on successful interventions, and how these interventions can be replicated in other jurisdictions, will provide important new tools for combating the serious problem of child neglect in this country.
Pamela Day, MSW
Child Welfare Information Gateway
Programs in this topic area
Here are your search results for programs in the area of Interventions for Neglect:
The programs listed below have been reviewed by the CEBC and, if appropriate, been rated using the Scientific Rating Scale.
Programs with a Scientific Rating of 2 - Supported by Research Evidence:
- Homebuilders® – detailed viewTopics: Interventions for Neglect, Post-Permanency Services, Reunification Programs, Family Stabilization ProgramsFamilies with children (birth to 18) at imminent risk of placement into, or needing intensive services to return from, foster care, ...
- SafeCare® – detailed view
[Project SafeCare]Topics: Interventions for Neglect, Parent Training Programs, Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs, Home Visiting Programs for Prevention of Child Abuse and NeglectParents at-risk for child neglect and/or abuse and parents with a history of child neglect and/or abuse
Programs with a Scientific Rating of 3 - Promising Research Evidence:
Programs with a Scientific Rating of NR - Not able to be Rated:
- Project 12-ways – non-responderTopics: Interventions for Neglect
- Signs of Safety – detailed viewTopics: Casework Practice, Child Welfare Initiatives, Interventions for Neglect, Motivation and Engagement ProgramsChildren and families where there has been suspected or substantiated child abuse or neglect