National Evaluation of Safe Start Promising Approaches: Assessing Program Implementation.

@article{Schultz2012NationalEO,
  title={National Evaluation of Safe Start Promising Approaches: Assessing Program Implementation.},
  author={Dana Schultz and Lisa Jaycox and Laura J. Hickman and Anita Chandra and Dionne Barnes-Proby and Joie D. Acosta and Alice Beckman and Taria Francois and Lauren Honess-Morreale},
  journal={Rand health quarterly},
  year={2012},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={7}
}
Children's exposure to violence (CEV)-including direct child maltreatment, witnessing domestic violence, and witnessing community and school violence-can have serious consequences, including a variety of psychiatric disorders and behavioral problems, such as posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, and anxiety. Fortunately, research has shown that interventions for CEV can substantially improve children's chances of future social and psychological well-being. Safe Start Promising Approaches… CONTINUE READING