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Rewards for prosocial family involvement

Program GoalsThe Syracuse Family Development Research Program (FDRP) was a comprehensive early childhood program that aimed to develop child and family functioning through home visitation, parent training, and individualized day care. FDRP targeted economically disadvantaged families and sought to improve children’s cognitive and emotional functioning, reduce behavioral problems, and prevent ...
Program TheoryStaying Connected with Your Teen (SCT) (formerly Parents Who Care) is a seven-session universal prevention program that addresses substance abuse and problem behavior in adolescents. The program is based on the social development model (Catalano and Hawkins, 1996), which is shaped by social control theory, social learning theory, and ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationThe American Indian Life Skills Development curriculum, also known as the Zuni Life Skills Development curriculum, is a school-based, culturally sensitive, suicide-prevention program for American Indian adolescents. Tailored to American Indian norms and values, the curriculum was designed to reduce behavioral and cognitive factors associated with suicidal thinking ...
Program Goals/TheoryThe Bicultural Competence Skills Approach is an intervention designed to prevent abuse of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs by Native American adolescents by teaching them social skills. The program draws on bicultural competence and social learning theories. A bicultural competence approach teaches American Indian individuals to draw on both Native ...
Program GoalsNurse–Family Partnership (NFP) provides low-income, first-time mothers of any age with home-visitation services from public health nurses. The program addresses substance abuse and other behaviors that contribute to family poverty, subsequent pregnancies, poor maternal and infant outcomes, suboptimal childcare, and limited opportunities for the children. Program TheoryNFP is based ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationThe Positive Family Support (PFS) program, formerly known as Adolescent Transitions Program (ATP), is a multilevel, family-centered intervention targeting children at risk for problem behaviors or substance use and their families. Designed to address family dynamics related to the risk of adolescent problem behavior, the program is delivered ...
Program Goal/Target Population The Teams–Games–Tournaments (TGT) program is an approach to alcohol prevention that combines peer support with group reward structures. It is typically delivered to high school students.Program Components Within each participating school, students take part in a 4-week educational program providing alcohol information and encouraging the application of these concepts ...
Program GoalsGood Behavior Game (GBG) is designed to improve aggressive/disruptive classroom behavior and prevent later criminality. GBG attempts to reduce a child's externalizing behavior and to promote prosocial behavior by encouraging positive interactions with peers. GBG improves teachers’ ability to define tasks, set rules, and discipline students. It is implemented ...
Program GoalsThe Social Decision Making/Problem Solving (SDM) program, originally known as the Improving Social Awareness-Social Problem Solving Program, was developed in 1979 as a collaborative effort among professionals from a wide variety of disciplines, including teachers and school administrators of Middlesex Borough, N.J.; psychologists and researchers from the Department of Psychology ...
Program Goals/Target Population The Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (A-CRA) is a behavioral intervention that aims to replace structures supportive of drug and alcohol use with ones that promote a clean and healthy lifestyle. A-CRA has three different protocols and guidelines, depending upon the population it is serving, but the overall goals ...
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