The purpose of this second and final report by the Project is to provide a synopsis of trends, promising practices and programs from across the nation and in Maine related to child abuse/neglect, domestic violence and substance abuse. The report illustrates that Maine is not alone in grappling with these problems. The report is intended, however, to offer several examples of what has been tried and what has been learned by other states and professionals over the past several years. A special emphasis has been placed on services and strategies that have utilized collaborative models of training and program development/delivery.
Brennan, Michael; Oldham, Erin; St. Onge, Anita; Farr, Phyllis; Ferguson, Andrew; Rota, Linda; and Sweat, Gail, "Child Welfare, Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse: A Review of the Literature, Promising Practices and Strategies" (2001). Children, Youth, & Families. 33.