Impact of Intensive Case Management on Child Welfare System Involvement for Substance-Dependent Parenting Women on Public Assistance.

@article{Dauber2012ImpactOI,
  title={Impact of Intensive Case Management on Child Welfare System Involvement for Substance-Dependent Parenting Women on Public Assistance.},
  author={Sarah Dauber and Charles J Neighbors and Chris Dasaro and Annette Riordan and Jon Morgenstern},
  journal={Children and youth services review},
  year={2012},
  volume={34 7},
  pages={
          1359-1366
        }
}
This study examined the impact of intensive case management (ICM) on decreasing child welfare system involvement in a sample of substance-dependent parenting women who participated in a welfare demonstration study comparing ICM to usual screen-and-refer models employed in welfare settings. Previous research established the effectiveness of ICM in both increasing engagement in substance abuse treatment and in promoting abstinence, and the current study tested whether ICM had downstream impacts… CONTINUE READING
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