Multiple Family Groups: An Engaging Intervention for Child Welfare–Involved Families


By bhadmin February 2, 2021

Differences between child welfare– and non-child welfare–involved families regarding barriers to child mental health care, attendance, program satisfaction, and relationship with facilitators are examined for a multiple family group service delivery model aimed at reducing childhood disruptive behaviors. Although child welfare–involved caregivers reported more treatment barriers and less program satisfaction than non-child-welfare-involved families, no significant differences exist between groups on average total sessions attended and attendance rates over time.

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