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Strong school motivation/positive attitude toward school

Program Goals/Program Theory Structured Decision Making (SDM) is a case management system that provides objective and structured assessment tools and decision-making guidelines for child welfare agencies that handle cases of child abuse and neglect. The purpose of the model is to increase the level of consistency and validity of decisions through ...
Program GoalsDrug Abuse Resistance Education + Play and Learn Under Supervision (DARE + PLUS) is an enhanced curriculum for middle and late elementary school students. Its primary goal is the same as the well-known DARE program: preventing teen drug use by applying the same principles taught in DARE, but updated ...
Program Goals The program focuses on promoting resilience and improving behavior for children who have witnessed intimate partner violence in their homes. The goal of the child-training component is to help the children cope with their exposure to violence and change their attitudes and beliefs about violence, particularly family violence.   The program ...
Program Goals/Target Population Project Support addresses the issues that family violence causes for children of abused mothers and children who have been maltreated. Since these children are at a high risk for conduct problems, the objective of the program is to reduce conduct problems in these children, reduce harsh parenting, and ...
Program Goals Alternatives for Families: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF–CBT; formally Abuse-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) is a comprehensive approach to dealing with the effects of child physical abuse, exposure to related abuse, child or family aggression, and hostile family environments by reducing risk factors for future abuse while also helping the affected ...
Program Goals CARE (Care, Assess, Respond, Empower), also called Counselors CARE (C–CARE), is a school-based, brief assessment and crisis intervention for youth at risk for suicide. The CARE protocol is designed to empower youths and engage social support by connecting youths at risk of suicide to a caring person from their ...
Program Goals In 1996, Dallas, Texas, had a reported 79 gangs, 6,145 documented gang members, and 1,332 gang-related incidents. In response to high numbers of gang crimes, the Dallas Police Department implemented the Anti-Gang Initiative that year. The goal of the initiative was to reduce gang-related crime through the use of ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationCure Violence (formerly known as CeaseFire—Chicago) is a Chicago, Illinois–based violence prevention program administered by the Chicago Project for Violence Prevention. Cure Violence uses an evidence-based public health approach to reduce shootings and killings by using highly trained street violence interrupters and outreach workers, public education campaigns, and community ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationThe main goal of the Leadership Program’s Violence Prevention Project (VPP) is to prevent violence by enhancing the conflict-resolution skills of both male and female middle and high school students aged 12 to 16. This is accomplished primarily by working on student communication and relationship-building skills. VPP’s other ...
Program GoalsThe Baltimore City Family Recovery Program (FRP) is a family drug court designed to serve families involved with child welfare due to parental substance use. The program provides comprehensive case management and immediate, intensive substance abuse services for parents involved in Children in Need of Assistance (CINA) proceedings. The ...
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