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Message ID: 8339
Date: 2010-01-07

Author:Ingrid Porter

Subject:RE: Research and Evaluation on Involving non-resident fathers

Hi Arnold – In 2009, American Humane published a volume of our Protecting Children journal entitled “Bringing Back the Dads: Engaging Non-Resident Fathers in the Child Welfare System.” Since this issue was published as part of the Quality Improvement Center on Non-Resident Fathers federal grant, copies are available for free by writing to info@americanhumane.org and requesting vol 24, no 2 (please also include the title). Hope this is helpful! Ingrid vB. Porter Child Welfare Knowledge Specialist Children's Division American Humane 63 Inverness Drive East Englewood, CO 80112 303.925.9415 ingridp@americanhumane.org From: bounce-4956465-11224060@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-4956465-11224060@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of PRITCHARD, ARNIE Sent: Thursday, January 07, 2010 9:10 AM To: Child-maltreatment-research-L@cornell.edu Subject: Research and Evaluation on Involving non-resident fathers Dear Listserv - I'm looking for research and evaluations of efforts to involve non-resident fathers in the lives of children in the child welfare system. I know about the Quality Improvement Center on the topic at American Humane and the four local projects they are funding, and I have looked at the literature review on their website, dated July 2007. My question is, is there any literature out there since that lit review that I should be looking at? We are particularly looking for connections between father involvement and outcomes for the children. Thank you for your attention. Arnold Pritchard Planning Specialist Office For Research and Evaluation Bureau of Continuous Quality Improvement CT Department of Children and Families 505 Hudson Street Hartford, CT 06106 860-550-6574

Hi Arnold – In 2009, American Humane published a volume of our Protecting Children journal entitled “Bringing Back the Dads: Engaging Non-Resident Fathers in the Child Welfare System.” Since this issue was published as part of the Quality Improvement Center on Non-Resident Fathers federal grant, copies are available for free by writing to infoamericanhumane.org and requesting vol 24, no 2 (please also include the title). Hope this is helpful! Ingrid vB. Porter Child Welfare Knowledge Specialist Children's Division American Humane 63 Inverness Drive East Englewood, CO 80112 303.925.9415 ingridpamericanhumane.org From: bounce-4956465-11224060list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-4956465-11224060list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of PRITCHARD, ARNIE Sent: Thursday, January 07, 2010 9:10 AM To: Child-maltreatment-research-Lcornell.edu Subject: Research and Evaluation on Involving non-resident fathers Dear Listserv - I'm looking for research and evaluations of efforts to involve non-resident fathers in the lives of children in the child welfare system. I know about the Quality Improvement Center on the topic at American Humane and the four local projects they are funding, and I have looked at the literature review on their website, dated July 2007. My question is, is there any literature out there since that lit review that I should be looking at? We are particularly looking for connections between father involvement and outcomes for the children. Thank you for your attention. Arnold Pritchard Planning Specialist Office For Research and Evaluation Bureau of Continuous Quality Improvement CT Department of Children and Families 505 Hudson Street Hartford, CT 06106 860-550-6574