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Programs with a scientific rating of:

  • 1 – Well-Supported by Research Evidence
  • or 2 – Supported by Research Evidence
  • or 3 – Promising Research Evidence
  • Parents, grandparents, teachers, babysitters, and other caretakers working with children
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Adults with depression; has also been used with adults with a variety of other mental health disorders and behavioral problems
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Adult)
  • Across Ages – non-responder
    Youth ages 9 to 13 who are at a high-risk for substance abuse
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Mentoring Programs (Child & Adolescent)
  • Parents and caregivers (e.g., grandparents and other relatives raising young children, foster parents, and adoptive parents) of children birth ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • 9 to 14-year olds who are depressed.
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Parents and caregivers of youth ages 12-14
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Adolescents aged 12 to 25 with substance abuse issues
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)
  • High school aged (13-19) adolescents with depression
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • First-time pregnant and parenting youth aged 12 to 19 years old, and who must be enrolled in school or a GED-completion program ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Teen Pregnancy Services
  • Youth (11-17) with drug abuse and dependence, as well as other co-existing problems
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)
  • Adults with drug abuse and dependence, as well as other co-existing problems such as depression, family dysfunction, trauma, child maltreatment, ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Aggressive and violent adolescents, 13 to 18 years of age
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adults who have identified themselves as alcoholics and are trying to maintain sobriety
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Youth in 6th grade
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Caregivers who are emotionally or physically aggressive or abusive with their children, children who experience behavioral dysfunction, especially aggression, or ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Abusive Behavior

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Mothers with dual diagnosis of substance abuse and mental health problems
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Caregivers of infants 6 months to 2 years old who have experienced early adversity
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Infant and Toddler Mental Health Programs (Birth to 3)
  • Adolescents and young adults (12-26) with elevated depression symptoms, clinically diagnosed major depressive disorder, suicidal ideation and behaviors, dispositional anxiety, ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Child welfare and mental health agencies
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Child Welfare Workforce Development and Support Programs
  • Parents/primary caregivers with children from birth to age three, pregnant women and/or partners of pregnant women, especially those ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being
  • Depressed adults including those with substance abuse problems
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Adult)
  • Youth and young adults in foster care, including youth with disabilities and/or mental health conditions, who are: 1) in their ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Youth Transitioning Into Adulthood Programs

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Educational Interventions for Children and Adolescents in Child Welfare
  • Youth aged 6-18 who may come from disadvantaged situations, such as single-parent homes, low-income homes, or homes with an absent ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Mentoring Programs (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adolescents ages 13-19 with elevated depressive symptoms
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Adolescent girls 14-18 years
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Children ages 3-8 years old and their parents and teachers
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Youth in grades 6-9
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Children in elementary school grades Kindergarten through 5th grade (ages 5-11) who have experienced traumatic events
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adult patients suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD); developed for police officers, now used for all kinds of patients with ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • Adolescents with drug use and other problem behaviors. Taken from description found at http://archives.drugabuse.gov/TXManuals/BSFT/BSFT2....
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)
  • Typically developing school-aged children diagnosed with childhood anxiety disorders (6-11 years old) and their families
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Anxiety Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Families at high risk for abuse or neglect with children aged 0-17 or a primary caregiver or caregivers of at ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs
  • Adolescents with anxiety
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Anxiety Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Parents of young children 2-5 years old
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Children ages 7-18 recently exposed to a potentially traumatic event, or having recently disclosed physical or sexual abuse, and endorsing ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Children prenatal to 5 years old and their parents/caregivers who are at risk of or have experienced child abuse, neglect, ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Infant and Toddler Mental Health Programs (Birth to 3)

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Children ages 3 to 10 who are experiencing social, emotional, behavioral, and relational problems
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Anxiety Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Children ages 3-10 who are experiencing social, emotional, behavioral and relational problems
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Anxiety Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence: Services for Victims and their Children
  • Children 9-18 years of age that have been freed for adoption or with a plan for adoption with an emphasis ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Permanency Enhancement Interventions for Adolescents
  • Children age 0-5, who have experienced a trauma, and their caregivers
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence: Services for Victims and their Children

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Infant and Toddler Mental Health Programs (Birth to 3)

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Parents of children ages 3- 8 with behavioral, emotional, social, or attachment disorders
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Attachment Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Abused, neglected, at-risk, and/or drug-affected children, one month through five years of age, referred by Child Protective Services (CPS), ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Neglect
  • Child care staff, clinical staff, and agency administrators working with 6- to 20-year-old children and youth living in residential care ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Higher Levels of Placement

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • Children (boys and girls ages 6 to 12 years of age) with sexual behavior problems and their caregivers
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Sexual Behavior Problems Treatment (Children)
  • Young people and their families from disadvantaged urban, rural and suburban neighborhoods; youth may come from single-parent homes and reside ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Teen Pregnancy Services
  • African-American families at risk for child maltreatment
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs
  • Families with children younger than 6 years old in high-risk populations such as child enrolled in Early Head Start, teen moms, ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Infant and Toddler Mental Health Programs (Birth to 3)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Child Abuse and Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Structures, institutions, and existing leaders in communities that desire to reduce underage drinking by youth who are 13-20 years of ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Chronically depressed adults
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Adult)
  • 3rd through 8th grade students who screened positive for exposure to a traumatic event and symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adults (18 and over) diagnosed with a mood disorder, including Unipolar Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Depressive Disorder Not Otherwise Specified, and ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Adult)
  • Adults who experienced a trauma less than 4 weeks ago and are experiencing acute stress disorder
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • Adults who have experienced a traumatic event and are currently suffering from the symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and/...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • Adults with mental health disorders including depression, anger, and anxiety among others - the program is also designed to include ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Adult)
  • Children ages 4-14 who experience oppositional episodes and their parents
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Children and adolescents (ages 3-21) with a variety of behavioral challenges, including both externalizing (e.g., aggression, defiance, tantrums) and ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Children ages 3-17 and their parents (or caregivers) in families where parents engage in a continuum of coercive parenting strategies ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Child Abuse and Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Abusive Behavior

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Parents and other caregivers of children ages 6 - 16 years
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Designed for and tested with survivors of domestic abuse who have utilized shelters. Can be expanded to non-shelter users.
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence: Services for Victims and their Children
  • Community Parent Education Program (COPE) – non-responder
    Parents of children with disruptive behavior
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adults age 18 or older with a diagnosis of cocaine abuse or dependence
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Individuals ages 18 and over who have a primary diagnosis of any Substance-Related Disorder (DSM-IV-R); individuals with co-occurring disorders also respond ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Pregnant and/or parenting adolescents ages 18 and younger
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Teen Pregnancy Services
  • Caregivers (biological parents, foster parents, kinship caregivers, etc.) of preadolescents (ages 8-12) and adolescents ages (13-19)
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Children and adolescents suffering anxiety disorders
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Anxiety Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Children and young adolescents suffering anxiety disorders who are unable to attend standard clinical practice
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Anxiety Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Parents of 12- to 36-month-olds who are having challenges with toddler behaviour
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Children experiencing problematic levels of anxiety
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Anxiety Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • 8 to 14 year old children whose aggression puts them at risk for later delinquency
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Children ages 9-17 in age appropriate groupings (e.g. ages 9-12, 13-15, or 15-17) and their parents, guardians, or other ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • A child welfare agency and juvenile justice department serving the same youth or youth at risk of becoming involved in ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Casework Practice
  • Youth ages 8-18 with a chronic history of trauma, adversity, and ongoing stress
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Parents of children ages 4-12 years who are defiant or who may qualify for a diagnosis of oppositional defiant disorder (...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Chronically suicidal youth with behaviors found in borderline personality disorder (BPD)
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • Adult males who are both court-ordered (civil or criminal) and voluntary participants
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence: Batterer Intervention Programs
  • Families with children from birth to 18 years old living in home that have reported incidents of intimate partner violence (IPV) ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence: Services for Victims and their Children
  • Families with children/teens with disorders of attachment and trauma. Typically adopted and foster children, those who meet the DSM-V ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Attachment Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Early Head Start (EHS) – non-responder
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being
  • Children 6 years of age and younger with significant behavior and/or emotional problems including trauma and their primary caretaker(s)
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Substance-abusing runaway adolescents (12-17) and their family members who are willing to have the adolescents live in their homes
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)
  • Families must have at least one child age birth through 12 years in the home (services may also be offered prenatally), ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Adults who have experienced trauma and may experience posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), post-traumatic stress, phobias, and other mental health disorders
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • Children and adolescents who have experienced trauma; research has been conducted on posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), posttraumatic stress, phobias, and ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Teens (13 to 18 years of age) with emotional and behavior problems
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • The parents of Hispanic adolescents between 12-16 years old and the adolescents
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Parents with parental rights for at least one of their minor children, in utero to age 17, who have been referred ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Parents receiving methadone treatment and their children ages 5-14
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Families and referred children who are at-risk as a result of family conflict, lack of parenting skills, child abuse, childhood ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being
  • Families with an accepted child maltreatment report that does not allege sexual abuse or substantial child endangerment (as defined by ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Reducing Racial Disparity and Disproportionality in Child Welfare: Programs
  • Families with members at imminent risk of placement into, or needing intensive services to return from, treatment facilities, foster care, ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Family Stabilization Programs
  • Caregivers of children 2-17 years old in the middle class or lower socioeconomic level
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Families at risk for child maltreatment
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Casework Practice

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs
  • Expectant mothers and fathers
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Children who are abused/neglected and their family groups
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Placement Stabilization Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Family Stabilization Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Reducing Racial Disparity and Disproportionality in Child Welfare: Programs
  • Adolescent mothers ages 13-17 years and their infants ages birth-2 years in high-risk neighborhoods
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Teen Pregnancy Services
  • Parents of adolescents 12-14 years of age
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Any at-risk or young adult mother (under age 25 years) who is pregnant (ideally 28 weeks gestation or sooner) and/or has ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being
  • Adolescents with bipolar disorder and their family members
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Bipolar Disorder Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Children in Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade and their families
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Boys and girls, ages 9-11, placed in out-of-home care in the prior two years as a result of maltreatment
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Placement Stabilization Programs

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Mentoring Programs (Child & Adolescent)
  • Resource parents (foster, adoptive, and kinship) of children ages 0-18; can be used by social workers and other professionals who ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Resource Parent Programs
  • Prospective foster, adoptive, and kinship parents of children in all age groups
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Resource Parent Programs
  • Youth ages 8-17 (referred by teachers, counselors, probation officers, county mental health, child protective/welfare services, or other youth-serving professionals) ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Mentoring Programs (Child & Adolescent)
  • 11-18 year olds with very serious problems such as conduct disorder, violent acting-out, and substance abuse
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Behavioral Management Programs for Adolescents in Child Welfare

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • Parents of children/youth 2-18 years of age with disruptive behaviors such as conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, and anti-social ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Children who are experiencing grief and posttraumatic stress
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Parents of adolescents and young teens
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Parents with learning difficulties who are the main caregivers of a child less than five years old
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Working with Parents with Cognitive Disabilities: Programs
  • Families who are at-risk for child abuse and neglect and other adverse childhood experiences; home visiting services are initiated prenatally ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being
  • Parents of children (age 3-8 years old) who are noncompliant and have related disruptive behavior/conduct problems
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Adult women with addictive disorders and a trauma history (e.g., abuse, domestic violence, community violence, etc.)
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Hitkashrut – non-responder
    Families with children who are showing early signs of conduct problem development
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Parents who have young children and have limited formal education and resources
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being
  • Families with children (birth to 18) at imminent risk of placement into, or needing intensive services to return from, foster care, ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Post-Permanency Services

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Reunification Programs

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Family Stabilization Programs
  • Low- and middle-income 4-12 year olds, including African-Americans, Caucasians, Hispanic, and Asian populations
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Parents, teachers, and children
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs
  • Adults with a broad range of disorders including personality disorders
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Adult)
  • Adults with depression
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Adult)
  • Adolescents ages 12-18 years old suffering from nonpsychotic depression who can be treated on a once-a-week outpatient basis
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adolescents, 12-16 years old, with elevated depression symptoms
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Parents involved with Department of Human Services’ Child Protective Services
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Partner Programs for Families Involved in the Child Welfare System
  • Caregivers of children 4 to 12 years of age in foster or kinship care placements
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Placement Stabilization Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Resource Parent Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Kinship Caregiver Support Programs
  • Caregivers of youth 10 to 18 years of age in foster or kinship care placements and the youth themselves
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Placement Stabilization Programs

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Resource Parent Programs

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Behavioral Management Programs for Adolescents in Child Welfare
  • Children and adolescents 10 to 13 years old
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • KIDNET – non-responder
    Refugee children suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Children ages 6-12 and their mothers exposed to intimate partner violence in the last year
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence: Services for Victims and their Children
  • Foster children and other children at high risk for school difficulties who are entering kindergarten
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Educational Interventions for Children and Adolescents in Child Welfare
  • Kinship caregivers (relatives and fictive kin) of children involved in child welfare systems (children aged 0 to 18), regardless of custody status ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Kinship Caregiver Support Programs
  • Adults working and living with children and youth who escalate incidents into no-win power struggles, distort reality, are self-abusive, engage ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Behavioral Management Programs for Adolescents in Child Welfare
  • Young adults between the ages 17 and 22 who are leaving the foster care, juvenile justice, and/or mental health systems
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Youth Transitioning Into Adulthood Programs
  • Adults with substance abuse disorders
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Disadvantaged families with mothers with children eighteen months old and younger; families can include teenage parents, parents with mental health ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Infant and Toddler Mental Health Programs (Birth to 3)
  • Adults (between 18-70 years old) who have suffered three or more prior episodes of major depression
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Adult)
  • Children ages 8- to 12-years old with anxiety or depression; can be modified for both younger and older children
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Anxiety Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Young, first-time parents (ages 14-25) and their children (prenatal-24 months) residing in underserved communities
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being
  • Adolescents with cannabis use disorders
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)
  • Caregivers of children referred to the child welfare system, has been used with adolescents
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Motivation and Engagement Programs

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Children aged 8-12 with major mood disorders (depressive and bipolar spectrum) and their parents
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Bipolar Disorder Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adolescents 11 to 18 with the following symptoms or problems: substance use or at risk, delinquent/conduct disorder, school and other behavioral ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Behavioral Management Programs for Adolescents in Child Welfare

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • High-risk juvenile criminals
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • Youth, 12 to 17 years old, with possible substance abuse issues who are at risk of out-of-home placement due to antisocial or ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Behavioral Management Programs for Adolescents in Child Welfare

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • Families who have come to the attention of Child Protective Services within the past 180 days due to the physical abuse ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Abusive Behavior
  • Youth between 10 and 17.5 years of age (and their families) when the youth has engaged in sexually abusive behavior toward others; ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Sexual Behavior Problems Treatment (Adolescents)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Abusive Behavior
  • Youth and young adults, ages 15-19, in foster care who are able to go into the community with their program ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Youth Transitioning Into Adulthood Programs
  • Adult survivors of organized violence, war, conflict, torture, man-made and natural disasters, civil trauma as well as childhood sexual/physical ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • Frontline family workers from government, private, and not-for-profit agencies as well as business and large corporations
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Casework Practice
  • Sibling groups of 2 or more children from infancy through seventeen years of age who are in the custody of the ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Placement Stabilization Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Resource Parent Programs
  • First-time, low-income mothers (no previous live births)
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Teen Pregnancy Services

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Parents of families who have been reported to the child welfare system for child maltreatment including physical and emotional maltreatment ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Child Abuse and Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Abusive Behavior
  • Middle and high school students (12-18) with, or at-risk for, emotional and behavioral disorders transitioning from residential placements back into ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Reunification Programs
  • Parents/caregivers of children or adolescents (ages 6 to18) at-risk for or having a serious emotional disorder.
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Motivation and Engagement Programs
  • Parents of children ages 0 to 18 with communication and behavior problems
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Women who are using alcohol or drugs heavily during pregnancy, or who did and had their baby in the past 12 ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Two and three-year-olds who face multiple obstacles to educational and economic success. These risk factors include, living in poverty, being ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being
  • Children ages 2.0 - 7.0 years old with behavior and parent-child relationship problems; may be conducted with parents, foster parents, or other ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Parents of children/youth ages 2-18 at risk for or presenting with behavior problems
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Parenting Together Project (PTP) – non-responder
    Couples that just became first-time parents and could use assistance in developing the father’s role in parenthood
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Father Involvement Interventions
  • Families with children at risk for or with: behavior problems, substance abuse problems, or delinquency
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Children and adolescents aged 10-18 who have severe emotional and behavioral problems (e.g., conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, and ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Parents, grandparents, relative and kin providers, foster parents, or anyone serving in a parenting or caregiver role and children and ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Partner Programs for Families Involved in the Child Welfare System

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Child Abuse and Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Abusive Behavior

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Families with an expectant mother or parents of children up to kindergarten entry (usually 5 years)
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • All mothers and fathers of infants up to 5 months of age and society in general in their understanding of early ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Children 5 -15 months and their families
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being
  • Children 18 months to 4 years and their families
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being
  • High-risk youth in public, private, and alternative schools, and in residential settings, including juvenile corrections
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Higher Levels of Placement
  • Judges in the dependency court system where there may be high placement rates into foster care and disparate treatment of ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Reducing Racial Disparity and Disproportionality in Child Welfare: Programs
  • 3-6 year old children with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Prospective treatment foster parents for youth ages 12 to 18 years old with behavioral or emotional issues
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Resource Parent Programs
  • Children and adolescents aged 8-15 who are depressed
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • 7 to 14 year olds with behavioral problems, particularly children who struggle to handle disappointments, frustrations, or problems calmly
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Boys and girls ages 3 to 6 years with sexual behavior problems and their caregivers
  • Adults who have experienced trauma; has been used with teens and children ages 6 and up
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • High-risk, substance-affected families involved in the child welfare system that may experience poly-substance abuse and dependence, domestic violence, child abuse ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Reunification Programs
  • Pregnant and parenting women of childbearing age
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)
  • Adolescents who have experienced a trauma (e.g., sexual assault, car accident, violent crimes, etc). The program has also been ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adults with a variety of traumas such as combat, sexual assault, car accidents, violent crimes, and acts of terrorism
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • Universal populations (all children) including those with more serious behavior problems and/or cognitive challenges
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Caregivers of children birth to three years
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Infant and Toddler Mental Health Programs (Birth to 3)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Adolescents (12-18 year olds) with multiple problems who have been placed voluntarily or involuntarily in a residential child care facility (...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Trauma-exposed adolescents aged 13-18 years who experience co-occurring trauma-related mental health problems (e.g., posttraumatic stress disorder [PTSD], depression), substance ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • Infants and toddlers up to age 3 coming under court jurisdiction and their families; and professionals engaged in disciplines touching the ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Reunification Programs
  • Preschool through Grade 3
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Primary Prevention use: Families with children aged 0-5 years. Secondary Prevention use: Families with children aged 0-5 years who have ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Children in Kindergarten through 3rd grade
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Parents at-risk for child neglect and/or abuse and parents with a history of child neglect and/or abuse
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Child Well-Being

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Child Abuse and Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Home Visiting Programs for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Interventions for Abusive Behavior
  • This program is not a client-specific intervention, but a full-system approach that targets the entire organization with the intention of ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Higher Levels of Placement

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - System-Level Programs (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • Adolescents with a history of trauma and/or substance abuse
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adults who have a history of trauma and/or substance abuse
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adult)

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • People with disabilities ages 16 to 21
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Youth Transitioning Into Adulthood Programs
  • Adolescents and young adults who have drug problems, co-occurring mental health issues, trauma, and family issues
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Treatment (Adolescent)
  • Adolescents who have offended sexually (intra- or extra- familial) and their families
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Sexual Behavior Problems Treatment (Adolescents)
  • At-risk and adjudicated youth, ages 12-17, with a history of trauma and/or loss
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adult survivors of childhood or chronic interpersonal violence
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • Families with at least one child under 6 years of age who are in the child welfare system and have a ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Family Stabilization Programs
  • Students in 4th or 5th grade
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Children ages 7 through 17 with social phobia
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Anxiety Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • Families who have an open child welfare case due to allegations of abuse and neglect; also been used with families ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Casework Practice
  • Parents with learning differences whose children are at risk of being neglected due to parenting skill deficiencies including parents who ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Secondary) Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Working with Parents with Cognitive Disabilities: Programs
  • Stepped Care TF-CBT – non-responder
    Young children experiencing posttraumatic stress symptoms
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Staff and volunteers of schools and other youth-serving organizations, parents/caregivers, and concerned adults
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Children and/or adolescents with disruptive behavior disorders (Conduct disorder [CD], Oppositional Defiant Disorder [ODD], attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder [ADHD]) living ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Higher Levels of Placement

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • Parents and their children ages 0-17 who need skills to reduce family conflict and the risk of abuse or neglect, ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • A universal program for families and youth ages 10-14
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Children in grades 3-6
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Depression Treatment (Child & Adolescent)
  • African American youth, aged 10-14, and their parents/caregivers
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Entire communities with the intent to generate and sustain support for families with young children
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Families referred to and assessed by child protective service (CPS) agencies
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Reducing Racial Disparity and Disproportionality in Child Welfare: Programs
  • Grandparent caregivers of children with developmental disabilities and delays
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Kinship Caregiver Support Programs
  • Primarily low-income families
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Father Involvement Interventions
  • Parents of children - birth through adolescence
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Teaching Kids to Cope (TKC©) – non-responder
    Students in High School.
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Youth who are at-risk, juvenile delinquents, in foster care, mentally retarded/developmentally disabled, or severely emotionally disturbed; families at risk ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Higher Levels of Placement

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Behavioral Management Programs for Adolescents in Child Welfare

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • Caseworkers, caregivers of children 0-18 years old involved in child welfare, and their children who are mature/old enough to ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Casework Practice
  • Children ages 0-18 who exhibit behavioral problems and their caregiver (biological, adoptive, or foster)
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Infant and Toddler Mental Health Programs (Birth to 3)
  • Treatment foster parents and agency staff
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Resource Parent Programs
  • Children and adolescents ages 11-14
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Substance Abuse Prevention (Child & Adolescent) Programs
  • Mental health clinicians and child welfare professionals working with adopted children and youth, birth families, and families formed through adoption
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Child Welfare Workforce Development and Support Programs
  • Youth and young adults (14-29 years old) with, or at risk of, emotional/behavioral difficulties (EBD) [e.g., severe mental ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Youth Transitioning Into Adulthood Programs
  • Youth ages 10-18 with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adults with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • Women who have a history of sexual, physical, and/or emotional abuse and can have severe mental health problems and ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment (Adult)
  • Children with a known trauma history who are experiencing significant posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms, whether or not they meet ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Sexual Behavior Problems Treatment (Children)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Children and adolescents in schools who have suffered a traumatic exposure (e.g., disaster, violence, murder, suicide, fire, accidents)
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Adolescent males or females aged 12-20 from a broad spectrum of socioeconomic, religious, cultural and ethnic groups who have been ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Trauma Treatment - Client-Level Interventions (Child & Adolescent)
  • Boys and girls, 12-18 years old, with severe delinquency and/or severe emotional and behavioral disorders who were in need ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Higher Levels of Placement

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Placement Stabilization Programs

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Resource Parent Programs

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Behavioral Management Programs for Adolescents in Child Welfare

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Educational Interventions for Children and Adolescents in Child Welfare

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • Preschool foster children aged 3-6 years old who exhibit a high level of disruptive and anti-social behavior which cannot be ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Higher Levels of Placement

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Placement Stabilization Programs

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Resource Parent Programs

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Alternatives to Long-Term Residential Care Programs
  • For parents and caregivers of children and adolescents from birth to 12 years old with moderate to severe behavioral and/or ...
    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 1 — Well-Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Parents or caregivers of children ages 0-12 years with mild-moderate emotional and behavioral concerns
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • For parents and caregivers of children from birth to age 16
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Child Abuse and Neglect

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Parents or caregivers of children aged 0-12 years
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Parents (e.g., birth parents, foster parents, kinship parents, adoptive parents, etc.) and caregivers of children who come from â&...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Parents (e.g., birth parents, foster parents, kinship parents, adoptive parents, etc.) and caregivers of children who come from â&...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Parents and caregivers of children with disruptive behavior between 18 months and 18 years of age; can be used with parents and ...
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent)

    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Parents of children and adolescents aged 10-18 years of age
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Parent Training Programs that Address Behavior Problems in Children and Adolescents
  • Watch, Wait, and Wonder (WWW) – non-responder
    Parents and their children who are experiencing relational and developmental difficulties
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Infant and Toddler Mental Health Programs (Birth to 3)
  • Who Do You Tell?™ – non-responder
    Children from kindergarten to grade 6
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Primary) Programs
  • Designed for children and youth with severe emotional, behavioral, or mental health difficulties and their families where the child/youth ...
    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Placement Stabilization Programs

    Scientific Rating: 3 — Promising Research Evidence
    Topic: Behavioral Management Programs for Adolescents in Child Welfare
  • Male and female adolescents in grades 6-12 who may come from disadvantaged circumstances
    Scientific Rating: 2 — Supported by Research Evidence
    Topic: Teen Pregnancy Services

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