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In-Home Services in Child Welfare

1. The term “in-home” refers to the location where the child and family are residing and not necessarily to the place where services are delivered; therefore, in-home services may be provided in the community, a relative’s home, or such places as a counseling center or child welfare agency.

A. True

B. False


2. Research has found that children and families on assessment tracks are more likely to:

A. Receive in-home services

B. Participate in a higher number of services

C. Take advantage of community resources

D. All of the above


3. Lower income families are more likely to receive services than families with higher incomes.

A. True

B. False


4. A large proportion of Federal funding for child welfare programs goes toward:

A. Daycare

B. Housing

C. Maintaining children in foster care

D. Independent Living services


5. Evidence-based programs are those that have been evaluated for effectiveness and shown to produce positive outcomes.

A. True

B. False


6. While real-world program evaluation is essential it presents challenges because it occurs in a:

A. More complex environment

B. Less controlled environment

C. Less resource-rich environment

D. All of the above


7. Research has shown Motivational Interviewing to be effective at improving caregiver outcomes for which of the following?

A. Substance abuse

B. Child abuse and/or neglect

C. Depression

D. All of the above


8. Which of the following programs was developed for parents who are at risk for child abuse and/or neglect and those families with a history of abuse and/or neglect?

A. Signs of Safety

B. SafeCare

C. Project Connect

D. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy


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