Measuring success: Adapting Child Advocacy Centres evaluation models for the BC Safe Kids and Youth program

Date

2019

Authors

Marcheluzzo, Rileigh

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Publisher

Research Partnerships and Knowledge Mobilization

Abstract

The British Columbia (BC) Safe Kids and Youth (SKY) Coordinated Response rural program, based on the Child Advocacy Centre model (CAC), is a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) of professionals and local agencies that work together to support children and youth who have experienced abuse or neglect in a way that reduces the potential for re-traumatization

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Keywords

child and youth advocacy centre/center, child advocacy centre/center, child advocacy centre/center model, children’s advocacy centers, program evaluation, rural or remote, child abuse or neglect, child protection or investigation or response or service or multidisciplinary or integrated, GS 505, Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD)

Citation

Marcheluzzo, R. (2019). Measuring success: Adapting Child Advocacy Centres evaluation models for the BC Safe Kids and Youth program. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria.