Building Better Behavior is a behavioral health intervention for preschool children in one of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s primary care centers. Its aim is to help young children with behavioral problems and support their families through parent coaching and individual and group counseling to prevent more serious problems and promote school readiness.
This evaluation of the prenatal home visitation program, The Nurse Family Partnership (NFP), aims to assess the program's impact on three specific outcome measures to inform practice improvement initiatives and dissemination efforts.
In partnership with the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Human Services and the Department of Behavioral Health, this project pilots the co-location of two evidence-based behavioral health interventions Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and Child Adult Relationship Enhancement training in selected foster care agencies.
This project involves the development and implementation of a primary care-based parenting intervention for depressed caregivers of young children. The intervention aims to reduce symptoms of depression in caregivers and ultimately improve child health outcomes.