Awarded Cooperative Agreement to Prevent Violence and Violence-Related Injury
Promoting Involvement in Parenting Programs to Reduce Risk of Child Maltreatment: Engaging and Retaining Parents Who Are Not Asking for Help
FOA Number: CE02-123: Parenting Program Attrition and Compliance Efficacy Trial
Project Period: 09/30/02 – 09/29/06
Application/Grant Number: U49-CCU522339-01
Principal Investigator: Jean Dumas, Ph.D.
Sponsored Program Administration
1063 Hovde Hall
West Fayetteville, IN 47907-1063
Purdue University is examining the impact of enhancements on participation and engagement in the Parenting Our Children to Excellence (PACE) program. PACE is a group intervention program for parents and caregivers of preschool children. The University will examine partnership (organizational involvement in recruitment and retention), cash incentives, and motivated action plans (setting clear goals and making specific plans for goal attainment). Families with socioeconomic disadvantages are being recruited through preschools and day care centers.
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