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Barth, R. (1990). Theories guiding home-based intensive family preservation services. In J. K. Whittaker, J. Kinney, E. M. Tracey, & C. Booth (Eds.), Reaching high-risk families: Intensive family preservation in human services (pp. 89-112). Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruyter.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Bath, H. I., Richey, C. A., & Haapala, D. A. (1992). Child age and outcome correlates in intensive family preservation services. Children and Youth Services Review, 14(5), 389-406.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Bergquist, C., Pope, G., & Corliss, K. (1995). Evaluation of Michigan’s Families First program, summary report. Lansing, MI: Michigan Department of Social Services.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Blythe, B. J., & Kelly, S. A. (1993). Keeping families and children safe. Reclaiming Children and Youth. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Problems, 1(4), 23-26.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Burns, M. K. (2002). Cementing the cracks: A qualitative study of how parents interpret their experiences as recipients of family preservation services. (Pennsylvania State University; 0176 Advisor: Daniele Flannery). Dissertation Abstracts International, 63 (05A), 267-1666. (AAI3051628)
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Campbell, L. (1998). Translating intensive family preservation services across national boundaries: An australian experience. Child Welfare, 77(1), 79-93.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Evans, M. E., Boothroyd, R. A., Armstrong, M. I., Greenbaum, P. E., Crown, E. C., & Kuppinger, A. D. (2003). An experimental study of the effectiveness of intensive in-home crisis services for children and their families: Program outcomes. Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders, 11(2), 92.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Evans, M., Boothroyd, R., & Armstrong, M. (1997). Development and implementation of an experimental study of the effectiveness of intensive in-home crisis services for children and their families. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 5(2), 93–105.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Fagan, C. P. B. (1992). Keeping families together: The homebuilders model. Child Welfare, 71(3), 283-285.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Floyd, R. M., & Taylor, J. (1991). Keeping families together: The homebuilders model. Community Alternatives, 3(2), 145-147.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Forsythe, P. (1992). Homebuilders and family preservation. Children and Youth Services Review, 14(1-2), 37-47.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Fraser, M. W., Pecora, P. J., Popuang, C., & Haapala, D. A. (1992). Event history analysis: A proportional hazards perspective on modeling outcomes in intensive family preservation services. Journal of Social Service Research, 16(1-2), 123-158.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Fraser, M., & Haapla, D. (1987). Home-based family treatment:  A quantitative-qualitative assessment. Journal of Applied Social Sciences, 12(1), 1-23.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Fraser, M., Pecora, P. J., & Haapla, D. A. (1991). Families in crisis: The impact of intensive family peservation services. Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruyter.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Harvan, J. S. H. (2001). The relationship between child, family, and treatment variables and family functioning in abusive and neglectful families. (University of Georgia; 0077 Advisor: Director Kevin DeWeaver). Dissertation Abstracts International, 62 (09A), 365-3187. (AAI3025306)
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Hawkins, J. D., & Catalano, R. F. (1990). Intensive family preservation services: Broadening the vision for prevention. In J. K. Whittaker, J. Kinney, E. M. Tracy, & C. Booth (Eds.), Reaching high-risk families: Intensive family preservation in human services (pp. 179–192). New York: Aldine de Gruyter.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Hayward, K., & Cameron, G. Focusing intensive family preservation services: Patterns and consequences. Child & Youth Care Forum, 31(5), 347-362.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Not applicable (NA) - Implementation Study
Hayward, K., & Cameron, G. (2002). The nature and effectiveness of intensive family preservation services. Waterloo, ON: Partnerships for Children and Families Project, Faculty of Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Helming, E. (1999). Assistance for families in crisis situations - from the home builders model to the families-first program and family activation concepts in germany. Zeitschrift Fur Padagogik, 39 (supplement), 153-168.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Kauffman, F. G. (2002). Preventing child abuse and neglect in Arizona: Perceptions of the HomeBuilders’ model. (Arizona State University; 0010). Dissertation Abstracts International, 63 (04A), 142-1558. (AAI3045650)
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Not applicable (NA) - Implementation Study
Kinney, J. M., & Haapla, D. A. (1984). First year HomeBuilder mental health project report. Federal Way, WA: Behavioral Sciences Institute.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Kinney, J., Haapala, D., Booth, C., & Leavitt, S. (1990). The HomeBuilders model. In J. K. Whittaker, J. Kinney, E. M. Tracy, & C. Booth (Eds.), Reaching high-risk families: Intensive family preservation in human services (pp. 31–64). New York, NY: Aldine De Gruyter.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Kinney, J., & Dittmar, K. (1995). HomeBuilders: Helping families help themselves. In I. M. Schwartz & P. AuClaire (Eds.), Home-based services for troubled children (pp. 29–54). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Kirk, R. S., Reed-Ashcraft, K., & Pecora, P. J. (2002). Implementing intensive family preservation services: A case of infidelity. Family Preservation Journal, 6(2), 59-81.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Kirk, R. S., & Griffith, D. P. (2004). Intensive family preservation services: Demonstrating placement prevention using event history analysis. Social Work Research, 28(1), 5.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Kirk, R. S., & Griffith, D. P. (2008). Impact of intensive family preservation services on disproportionality of out-of-home placement of children of color in one state’s child welfare system. Child Welfare: Journal of Policy, Practice, and Program, 87(5), 87–105.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Lewis, R. E. (1994). Application and adaptation of intensive family preservation services to use for  the reunification of foster-children with their biological parents. Children and Youth Services Review, 16(5-6), 339-361.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Lewis, R. E. (1995). Institutionalizing intensive family preservation services: A strategy for creating staffing standards based on projections of at-risk children from referral sources. Family Preservation Journal, 1(1) 87-109.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Lewis, R. E. (1990). Service-related correlates of treatment success in intensive family preservation services for child welfare. (University of Utah; 0240 Advisor: Chairman: Peter J. Pecora). Dissertation Abstracts International, 51 (03A), 248-1003. (AAG9025368)
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Morris, E., Suarez, L., & Reid, J. C. (1997). Behavioral outcomes of home-based services for children and adolescents with serious emotional disorders. Family Preservation Journal, 2(2), 21-32.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Nelson, K., Landsman, M. K., Tyler, M., & Richardson, B. (1996). Length of service & cost-effectiveness in three intensive family service programs: Final report. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Spaid, W. M., & Fraser, M. (1991). The correlates of Success/Failure in brief and intensive family treatment: Implications for family preservation services. Children and Youth Services Review, 13(1-2), 77-99.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Staudt, M., & Drake, B. (2002). Intensive family preservation services: Where's the crisis?24(9-10), 777-795.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Steinbock, J. A. (1992). Keeping families together: The Homebuilders model. The Jewish Social Work Forum, 28, 87-90.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Van Puyenbroeck, H., Loots, G., Grietens, H., Jacquet, W., Vanderfaeillie, J., & Escudero, V. (2009). Intensive family preservation services in Flanders: An outcome study. Child & Family Social Work, 14(2), 222–232.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Walters, B. (2006). Evaluating the efficacy of Michigan's Families First program. (Boston College; 0016 Advisor: Adviser Betty Blythe). Dissertation Abstracts International, 67 (06A), 198-2324. (AAI3221282)
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Walton, E. (2001). Combining abuse and neglect investigations with intensive family preservation services: An innovative approach to protecting children. Research on Social Work Practice, 11(6), 627-644.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Walton, E. (1991). The reunification of children with their families: A test of intensive family treatment following out-of-home placement (family reunification, foster care). (University of Utah; 0240 Advisor: Chair: Mark W. Fraser). Dissertation Abstracts International, 52 (06A), 260-2289. (AAG9133658)
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Walton, E. (1998). In-home family-focused reunification: A six-year follow-up of a successful experiment. Social Work Research, 22, 205–214.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Walton, E., & Dodini, A. C. (1999). Intensive in-home family-based services: Reactions from consumers and providers. Family Preservation Journal, 4(2), 39–51.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Not applicable (NA) - Implementation Study
Wells, K. (1994). A reorientation to knowledge development in family preservation services: A proposal. Child Welfare, 73(5), 475-488.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Wells, K., & Wittington, D. Child and family functioning after intensive family preservation services. Social Service Review, 67(1), 55-83.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Westat, Chapin Hall Center for Children, & James Bell Associates (2002). Evaluation of family preservation and reunification programs: Final report. Washington, D.C.: Department of Health and Human Services, Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens
Whittaker, J. K., Tracy, E. M., Kinney, J., & Booth, C.  (1990). Reaching high-risk families: Intensive family preservation in human services. Hawthorne, NY: Aldine De Gruyter.
  • Program Model(s) Reviewed: HOMEBUILDERS (Birth to Age 5)®
  • Study Rating(s): Does not pass screens