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Psychosocial Interventions After CPS Investigation Make a Difference


Objective: To describe the longitudinal experiences of children remaining in the home following a first Child Protective Services (CPS) investigation and the effect of targeted referrals on several psychosocial problems. Methods: The authors sampled from a national cohort 2017 children aged ≤14 years followed up prospectively after a first CPS investigation and who remained at home after the investigation. Caregivers were interviewed at 2 to 6 months, 18 months, and 36 months after more...
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