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- Running head: Family Development Matrix Model of In Home Services / The Family Development Matrix Model of In Home Services for Public Child Welfare 2015 - By Brad Richardson (Research Scientist/Engineer and Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Social Work, National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice, The University of Iowa) and Miriam Verploegh (Ph.D. Candidate & Research Associate, School of Social Work, National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice, The University of Iowa) .
- Family Engagement in “Voluntary” Child Welfare Services: A Theoretical Framework and Empirical Evidence from Families under Differential Response Referrals in 14 California Counties 2014 - By Ignacio Navarro, Associate Professor, California State University Monterey Bay.
- Dublin, Ireland Presentation 2013 - Presentation to the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Dublin, Ireland By Jerry Endres, MSW.
- Policy Paper Brief 2012 - Study for strengthening at-risk families to prevent child abuse and neglect in 100 family support agencies in California. By Jerry Endres, MSW, et-al.
- Why Families Are Getting Good Outcomes 2012 - The Family Development Matrix Outcomes Model/Pathway to the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect project (FDM Pathway) is funded by the Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) and is becoming an integral part of the family engagement and assessment processes for 90 family support centers across California. The FDM Pathway is built on the principles of family support and shared across Family Resource Centers (FRCs) that are organized in county collaboratives or tribal communities. This report describes the role of FRCs in using the FDM Pathway process for family assessment and case management, the positive outcomes achieved and interventions used between 2008-2011, and initial findings on the impact of family engagement. Written by By Jerry Endres, M.S.W* and Ignacio A. Navarro, Ph.D**.
- Generating Local Evidence for Practice (2007): The ICCS Matrix Project Brian Simmons, Ph.D. & Jerry Endres, MSW
- A Strategies article: Family Support Agencies Are Getting Good Outcomes (Summer 2007) - This article describes the value of using outcomes for tracking data to assist family resource centers and their families. Written by Jerry Endres, MSW.
Note: This article was published in The Prevention Report 2007 #1 (pages 9-10)
- Community Matrix - The Community Action planning, reporting, and evaluation process involves the use of matrices as a structure for developing local family, community, and agency outcome scales which organize and present locally determined indicators and criteria that will be used to document the effects of the work done by the Community Action organization and its programs and projects.
- Family Development Matrix Outcomes Model for Measuring Family Progress (1999) - An article published in The Prevention Report, written by Jerry Endres, MSW.
- Network Guide to Measure Family Development Outcomes - By Brad Richardson, Ph.D
- Packard Report on Reliability and Validity - The reliability and validity testing of the California Matrix is sponsored by the David and Lucille Packard Foundation. Conducted in collaboration with the Matrix Design Group and the National Resource Center For Family Centered Practice, these studies are designed to improve the Family Development Matrix so agencies are more confident in their assessment of family progress and evaluation of the services offered to children, families and communities. By Brad Richardson, Ph.D; Jerry Endres, MSW; Judi Sherman, M.A.
- Restoring Balance: Community Owned Wellness - The 1992 Restoring Balance project grew out of an Indian Health Service (IHS) program that was developed in the Aberdeen Area, the “Groundswell towards Health” program. It trained local leaders in health promotion and community development, empowering them to deal with serious health and community problems on their reservations.
- Working Strategies : Utilizing the Family Development Model for Program Planning and Evaluation (Spring 2000).