MFIP Family Connections

MFIP Family Connections was a collaborative program designed to connect Minnesota Family Investment Program recipients with community supports and services. The multi-year evaluation used an experimental design that compared outcomes for families who were served by the program with a similar group of families who did not receive program services. Reports include a brief that discusses ways that linking services provided by economic support and child welfare programs can benefit children and families and lists considerations for those implementing a coordinated system of support.

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MFIP Family Connections Final Evaluation Report, Full ReportEvaluationApril 2011Monica Idzelis, Maggie Skrypek
MFIP Family Connections Progress Report, Full ReportEvaluationApril 2010Monica Idzelis, Maggie Skrypek
Preventing Child Maltreatment - A Coordinated Model of Support for Families, SnapshotOtherJune 2009Monica Idzelis

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