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Parenting Matters: Supporting Parents of Children Ages 0-8, assesses the research on parenting and strategies for supporting parenting with recommendations directed at an array of stakeholders for promoting the wide-scale adoption of effective programs and services for parents, July 2016: Parenting Matters Supporting Parents 0 to 8.pdf
Compendium of Parenting Interventions for families with children to age 5 includes: research base, cost, training requirements, duration, and intended outcomes, September 2015.
Implementing Parenting Interventions in Early Care and Education Settings: A Guidebook for Implementation includes how to assess organizational readiness and families’ needs, choosing interventions, and evaluation, September 2015.
Use of Research Evidence: Building Two-Way Streets A Children's Bureau video, with accompanying PDF transcript, explores new ways of thinking and steps to close the gap between research and practice, June 2014.
Creating a New Narrative: Collaborative and Effective Evaluation in Tribal Communities This Children's Bureau video, with accompanying PDF transcript, introduces a vision for the future of Tribal child welfare evaluation and a guide for developing culturally and scientifically rigorous evaluation, based on a workgroup of experts, June 2014.
Attachment Parenting International provides information for professionals and parents that help children develop secure attachments.
SAMHSA's Nation Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices are aimed at substance abuse and mental health interventions, and include parenting programs.
Resources in Parenting Education: Curricula Chart of evidence-based and commonly used group parenting education curricula, published January 2010: Resources in Parenting Education Curricula.pdf
What Works for Whom: Promising Practices in Parenting Education Report from Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs, 2008
Protective Factors Survey, pre-post evaluation tool from FRIENDS National Resource Center for Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention.
FRIENDS Fact Sheet #16: Parent Education, National Resource Center for CBCAP, 2008: FRIENDS Fact Sheet 16 Parent Education.pdf
FRIENDS National Resource Center for Community-based Child Abuse Prevention Evaluation Logic Model Builder.
Best Practices for Parent Education Programs Seeking to Prevent Child Abuse, by Lisa C. Shannon, North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension Service: Best Practices for Parent Ed.pdf
Parent Training Programs: Insight for Practitioners, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control; 2009.