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The Target Cities Projects coordinate a variety of local services available to substance abusers and their families. As part of these cooperative agreements, Head Start agencies are linked to substance abuse treatment agencies to provide cross-training, cross referral, and, eventually, joint case management of client families. Part of this broader context is the Assessment, Referral and Training Project (ART) which is evaluated in this report. The three goals of the ART project included: (1) cross-referrals to substance abuse treatment by Head Start staff and referrals to Head Start by substance abuse treatment staff; (2) cross-training in which Head Start staff taught treatment staff about critical aspects of early childhood development that can be affected by substance abuse; and (3) joint case management of client families by substance abuse treatment staff, Head Start staff, and other agencies. The program evaluators gathered data during on-site visits through structured and unstructured interviews and a review of documents, curriculum materials, student work, and other records, and concluded that the program objectives were achieved. The appendixes include records of presentations made to individuals and/or groups; referrals among Head Start sites and drug and alcohol treatment programs; and a narrative description of a real case study using fictitious names to insure confidentiality. (AA)

Descriptors: Agency Cooperation, At Risk Persons, Child Health, Community Programs, Drug Education, Drug Rehabilitation, Family Health, Family Programs, Outreach Programs, Preschool Children, Preschool Education, Program Evaluation, Program Implementation, Referral, State Programs, Substance Abuse, Technical Assistance, Training Objectives











Autor: Kester, Donald L.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=10400&id=ED386276







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