Family Asset Builder Program

In 2009, Casey Family Programs and the American Humane Association began a collaboration to design and implement a new response to cases of chronic neglect in the child welfare system. The new intervention model, called Family Asset Builder, was implemented in two Minnesota Counties, Stearns and Carver. The 2010 report provides an overview of lessons learned from the initial planning and development of the program, and the 2012 report examines the successes and challenges during the first nine months of administering the intervention model from the perspective of the staff involved.


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An Evaluation of the Family Asset Builder - Phase II Evaluation, Full ReportEvaluationJanuary 2012Tyler Corwin, Erin Maher, Maggie Skrypek, Caren Kaplan
An Evaluation of the Family Asset Builder - Phase II Evaluation, SummaryEvaluationJanuary 2012Tyler Corwin, Erin Maher, Maggie Skrypek, Caren Kaplan
Family Asset Builder Intervention - Phase 1 Process Evaluation Report, Full ReportEvaluationDecember 2010Maggie Skrypek, Michelle Decker Gerrard, Greg Owen

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