A Foundation of Strengths. A Vision of Justice. A Mission of Change.

Jody Brook, PhD, MSW/LCSW

Associate Professor
Director of Center for Children & Families
Primary office:
913-897-8554
Regnier Hall, Edwards Campus, 270G


Summary

Dr. Jody Brook received her Ph.D., with honors, from the University of Kansas, School of Social Welfare in 2005 and is currently an Associate Professor at the KU School of Social Welfare. Before joining the faculty at the School of Social Welfare, Dr. Brook served as a Research Associate and Principal Investigator at KU School of Social Welfare from 2005-2011, immediately following a national research fellowship for the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families from 2003-2005, which was also administered through the KU School of Social Welfare. She earned her Master of Social Work at Tulane University in 1988, and has maintained a license to practice at the clinical level since 1991. She has served as the Program Evaluator for 14 externally funded research projects which center on designing, implementing, monitoring, refining, and evaluating the ongoing implementation of services and program practices into the child welfare, behavioral health, and court related service delivery systems that serve vulnerable child welfare involved families. These program evaluations have resulted in over 25 contributions to the peer reviewed literature and over 35 scholarly presentations, helping to disseminate knowledge about program evaluation and key content areas (child welfare, parenting interventions, parental substance abuse). From 1988-1995, Dr. Brook practiced clinical social work in behavioral health and medical settings at the clinical level. She currently teaches SW 987 (Teaching Social Work in Higher Education); and has taught SW 740 (Research Methods), SW 633 (Bachelor Level Crisis Intervention), SW 868 (Master Level Crisis Intervention), and SW 874 (Social Work Practice with Women). In Academic Year 2016-2017, Dr. Brook served as a KU Diversity Scholar; and she currently is a Faculty Fellow with the Center for Teaching Excellence.

Teaching Interests

  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • Pedagogy
  • Research Methods
  • Substance Abuse
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Critical thinking
  • Competency development

Research Interests

  • Substance Abuse
  • Family Drug Courts
  • Child Welfare
  • Research Methods
  • Community Substance Abuse Prevention and Intervention
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Community-Based Research
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Selected Publications

Feder, K., Letourneau, E., & Brook, J. (2019). Children in the opioid epidemic: Addiressing the next generation’s public health crisis [Journal Articles]. Pediatrics, 143(1). https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2018-1656
Chasnoff, I., MD, Barber, G., Brook, J., & Akin, B. (2018). The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act and infants affected by prenatal substance exposure: Knowledge and actions of healthcare and legal professionals. [Journal Articles]. Child Welfare, 96(3), 41–58.
Lloyd, M., Akin, B., Brook, J., & Chasnoff, I. (2018). The Policy to Practice Gap: Factors Associated With Practitioner Knowledge of CAPTA 2010 Mandates for Identifying and Intervening in Cases of Prenatal Alcohol and Drug Exposure [Journal Articles]. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 99(3), 232–243. https://doi.org/10.1177/1044389418785326
Akin, B., Brook, J., Johnson-Motoyama, M., Paceley, M., & Davis, S. (2018). Engaging substance affected families in child welfare: Parent perspectives of a parenting intervention at parent initiation and completion. [Journal Articles]. Journal of Family Social Work. Published. https://doi.org/10.1080/10522158.2018.1469562
Akin, B., Johnson-Motoyama, M., Davis, S., Paceley, M., & Brook, J. (2018). Parent perspectives of engagement in the Strengthening Families Program: An evidence-based intervention for families in child welfare and affected by parental substance use. [Journal Articles]. Child & Family Social Work, 23(4), 735–742. https://doi.org/10.1111/cfs.12470
Kim, J., Brook, J., & Akin, B. (2018). Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with substance using individuals: A randomized controlled trial study [Journal Articles]. Research on Social Work Practice, 28(4), 452–462. https://doi.org/10.1177/1049731516650517
Lloyd, M., Akin, B., & Brook, J. (2017). Parental drug use and permanency for young children in foster care: A competing risks analysis of reunification, guardianship and adoption. [Journal Articles]. Children and Youth Services Review, 77, 177–187. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.04.016
Akin, B., Brook, J., Lloyd, M. H., & McDonald, T. P. (2017). Effect of a parenting intervention on foster care reentry after reunification among substance-affected families: A quasi-experimental study. [Journal Articles]. Child Maltreatment, 22(3), 194–204. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559517702743
Brook, J., Akin, B., Lloyd, M., Johnson-Motoyama, M., & Yan, Y. (2016). Family drug courts as comprehensive service models: Cost considerations [Journal Articles]. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 67(3), 23–43. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfcj.12060
Akin, B., Brook, J., Lloyd, M., Bhattarai, J., Johnson-Motoyama, M., & Moses, M. (2016). A study in contrasts: Supports and barriers to successful implementation of two evidence based parenting interventions in child welfare. [Journal Articles]. Child Abuse and Neglect. Published.
Brook, J., Akin, B., Lloyd, M., Bhattarai, J., & McDonald, T. P. (2016). The use of prospective versus retrospective pretests with child-welfare involved families. [Journal Articles]. Journal of Child and Family Studies. Published.
Akin, B., Brook, J., Byers, K., & Lloyd, M. (2016). Worker perspectives from the front line: Implementation of evidence-based interventions in child welfare settings [Journal Articles]. Journal of Child and Family Studies. Published. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10826-015-0283-7
Akin, B., Brook, J., & Lloyd, M. (2015). Co-occurrence of parental substance abuse and child serious emotional disturbance: Forging multiple pathways to improved child and family outcomes [Journal Articles]. Child Welfare, 94(4), 71–96.
Akin, B., Brook, J., & Lloyd, M. H. (2015). Examining the role of methamphetamine in permanency: A competing risks analysis of reunification, guardianship and adoption  [Journal Articles]. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 85(2), 119–130. https://doi.org/10.1037/ort0000052
Brook, J., Akin, B., Lloyd, M., & Yan, Y. (2015). Family drug court, targeted parent training and child reunification: Did this enhanced service strategy make a difference? [Journal Articles]. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 66(2), 35–52. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfcj.12028
Lloyd, M., & Brook, J. (2014). Strengths-based approaches to practice and family drug courts: Is there a fit? [Journal Articles]. Journal of Family Strengths, 14(1). http:// http://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/jfs/vol14/iss1/15
Brook, J. (2014). Clinician perspectives on relationship, therapeutic strategy, and gender responsiveness in child welfare substance abuse settings. [Journal Articles]. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 14(4), 359–377. https://doi.org/10.1080/1533256X.2014.957118
Lloyd, M., Johnson, T., & Brook, J. (2014). Illuminating the black box from within: Stakeholder perspectives on family drug court best practices [Journal Articles]. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 14(4), 378–401. https://doi.org/10.1080/1533256X.2014.958492
Brook, J., Rifenbark, G., Boulton, A., Little, T., & McDonald, T. (2014). Risk and protective factors for drug use among youth living in foster care [Journal Articles]. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, August 2014, 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10560-014-0345-5
Brook, J., Yan, Y., Lloyd, M., & McDonald, T., P. (2014). Screening for substance use disorders as a supplement to caseworker assessment among foster care-involved families. [Journal Articles]. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 8(3), 239–259. https://doi.org/10.1080/15548732.2014.903221
McDonald, T., Mariscal, S., Yan, Y., & Brook, J. (2014). Substance use and abuse for youths in foster care: Results from the communities that care normative database [Journal Articles]. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 23(4), 262–268. https://doi.org/10.1080/1067828X.2014.912093
Motoyama, M. J., Brook, J., Yan, Y., & McDonald, T. P. (2013). Cost analysis of the strengthening families program in reducing time to family reunification in child welfare [Journal Articles]. Children and Youth Services Review, 35, 244–252.
Brook, J., McDonald, T., & Yan, Y. (2012). An analysis of the impact of the Strengthening Families Program on family reunification in child welfare [Journal Articles]. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, 691–695.
Brook, J., McDonald, T., Gregoire, T., Press, A., & Hindman, B. (2010). Parental substance abuse and family reunification [Journal Articles]. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 10(4).
Brook, J., & McDonald, T. (2009). The impact of parental substance abuse on stability of family reunifications from foster care [Journal Articles]. Children and Youth Services Review, 31(2), 193–198.
McDonald, T., & Brook, J. (2009). Typologies of children in foster care for reasons other than abuse or neglect [Journal Articles]. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 3(9), 391–408.
Brook, J., & McDonald, T. (2007). Evaluating the effects of comprehensive substance abuse intervention on successful reunification [Journal Articles]. Research on Social Work Practice, 17(6), 664–673.
Kitchen, A., & Brook, J. (2005). Social work at the heart of the medical team [Journal Articles]. Journal of Social Work in Healthcare, 40(4), 1–18.

Selected Presentations

Brook, J., Akin, B., & Lloyd, M. (5/31/2018). Reunification Findings from the Iowa Regional Partnership Grant. In Murphy, J., Nicodimos, S., Thomas, M., Owens, W., & Lloyd, M. H. (Panel Presenters), Strengthening Families and Supporting Success. 24th National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Training Conference. Houston, TX
Dunkerly, S., Akin, B., Brook, J., & Johnson-MOtoyama, M. (5/23/2018). Working with Families in Child Welfare Affected by Substance Use: Lessons for Engagement from Evidence-Based Parenting Interventions. 2018 International Conference on Working with Involuntary Clients. Prato, Italy
Brook, J. (4/27/2018). Research Impact Series: Substance Use and Abuse. Overland Park, KS
Brook, J. (4/20/2018). The Kansas Health in Pregnancy Project and the Strengthening Families Program. Kansas Child Welfare Task Force. Topeka, KS
Dunkerley, S., Akin, B., Romero, A., Bruns, K., & Brook, J. (1/14/2018). Driving Organization and System Change: Child Welfare Supervisor and Administrator Perspectives of Initial Implementation. Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference. Washington, D.C
Dunkerley, S., Akin, B., Romero, A., Bruns, K., & Brook, J. (1/14/2018). Initial Implementation of a Trauma-Informed, Data-Driven Case Planning Approach in Child Welfare. Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference. Washington, D.C
Lloyd, M., Akin, B., & Brook, J. (1/13/2018). Parental Drug Use and Permanency for Young Children in Foster Care: A Competing Risks Analysis of Reunification, Guardianship and Adoption. Society for Social Work and Research, 22nd Annual Conference. Washington, D.C
Liming, K., Mariscal, S., & Brook, J. (1/14/2018). Substance Use Disorder Treatment Prevalence and Patterns Among Parents of Young Children in Foster Care. Society for Social Work Research. Washington, D.C
Lloyd, M., Akin, B., Brook, J., & Chasnoff, I. (1/14/2018). The Policy to Practice Gap: Factors Associated with Practitioner Knowledge of CAPTA 2010 Mandates for Identifying and Intervening in Cases of Prenatal Alcohol and Drug Exposure. Society for Social Work and Research. Washington, D.C
Lloyd, M., & Brook, J. (10/20/2017). Developing Best Practices for Drug Testing in Child Welfare. Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education. Dallas, TX
Brook, J., LaVoy, C., Lyles, W., & Yulle, L. (8/17/2017). Integrating Diversity, Equity & Inclusion into Course Design and Delivery: Insight from Four 2016-2017 CTE Diversity Scholars. University of Kansas, 2017 Teaching Summit. Lawrence, KS
Akin, B. A., & Brook, J. (6/20/2017). Community Engagement and Collaboration in the Implementation of a Statewide Child Welfare Initiative: Key Supports and Challenges. Global Implementation Conference, Expanding Implementation Perspectives; Engaging Systems. Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Akin, B., Brook, J., Lloyd, M., & Johnson-Motoyama, M. (1/24/2017). A Study in Contrasts: Supports and Barriers to Successful Implementation of Two Evidence-Based Interventions in Child Welfare. Practice and Research Together, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Brook, J., Akin, B., Lloyd, M., & McDonald, T. (1/15/2017). Effect of a Parenting Intervention on Foster Care Re-Entry Among Substance-Affected Families. Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA
Brook, J., Akin, B., Lloyd, M., Bhattarai, J., & McDonald, T. (1/14/2017). Examining Response Shift in the Evaluation of Self-Reported Program Impact within Child Welfare Settings. Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA
Kim, J., Brook, J., & Akin, B. (1/15/2017). Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with Substance Using Individuals: A Randomized Controlled Trial Study. Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA
Lloyd, M., Akin, B., Brook, J., & McDonald, T. (1/13/2017). The Hidden Influence of Social Desirability Bias: Assessing the Validity of a Parenting and Family Skills Assessment to Measure Change over Time in Child Welfare. Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA
Lloyd, M. H., Brook, J., & Scanlon, E. (11/6/2016). Educating Social Workers on Substance Abuse: Are Standard Addictions Counseling Competencies Sufficient?. Council on Social Work Education, 62nd Annual Program Meeting, Advancing Collaborative Practice Through Social Work Education. Atlanta
Chasnoff, I., Brook, J., Barber, G., Akin, B., & Lloyd, M. (9/1/2016). The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act and the Substance Exposed Infant: A Failure to Launch. 20th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect: Building Community, Building Hope. Washington, DC
Brook, J., Lloyd, M. H., Akin, B. A., & Johnson-Motoyama, M. (8/1/2016). Implementing Evidence-Based Practices Across Systems and Settings to Enhance Services for Substance-Abuse Affected Families: Process, Outcomes and Cost Savings. Child Welfare League of America, Special Conference on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare. Anaheim, CA
Brook, J. (8/31/2016). Using Data to Tell Your Program's Story. Regional Partnership Grantee Meeting. Washington, DC
Akin, B., Brook, J., Lloyd, M., & Byers, K. (1/17/2016). Front Line Perspectives on Implementation of Evidence-Based Interventions in Child Welfare Settings. Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference, Grand Challenges for Social Work: Setting a Research Agenda for the Future. Washington, DC
Brook, J. (9/17/2015). Building Community Structure for Family and Child Well-Being: Some Considerations. United Services of Johnson County, KS. Overland Park, KS
Brook, J. (9/18/2015). Prenatal Substance Exposure: Understanding Risk, Protection and Pathways for Intervention. University of Kansas, School of Social Welfare, Center for Children and Families, Coffee and CEUs Series Workshop. Overland Park, KS
Brook, J. P. (4/30/2015). Substance Exposed Newborns: Understanding Risk, Protection and Pathways for Intervention. 10th Kansas Governor’s Public Health Conference. Wichita, KS
Brook, J., Yan, Y., & Lloyd, M. H. (1/18/2015). Family Drug Courts: An Innovative Service Delivery Strategy for Child Welfare-Involved Substance-Affected Families. Society for Social Work and Research, Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA
Johnson, T., Lloyd, M. H., & Brook, J. P. (1/18/2015). “Have a Judge Who Makes Good Speeches”: Concept Mapping Client and Team Member Perspectives on Keys to Success in a Family Drug Court. Society for Social Work and Research, Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA
Brook, J., & Scanlon, E. (8/21/2014). No Small Task: Linking Core Competency Measurement & Student Skill Demonstration through Course Assignments. University of Kansas, Center for Teaching Excellence, Teaching Summit. Lawrence, KS
Lloyd, M., Johnson, T., & Brook, J. (4/10/2014). Stakeholder Perspectives on an Innovative Approach to Drug-Involved Families in the Child Welfare System. Global Social Sciences Conference. Hong Kong
Brook, J., & Akin, B. (2/11/2014). Beyond Evidence Based Program Selection: Implementing Quality Programs into Agency Services. Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City Community Forum. Kansas City MO
Brook, J., Yueqi, Y., & Lloyd, M. (1/17/2014). Evaluating the Efficacy of a Family Drug Court. Society for Social Work and Research, Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX
Brook, J. (4/12/2013). Data Sharing among State Agencies: What do Grantees Need to Know?. USDHHS, Administration for Children and Families, National Grantees Meeting. Washington, DC
Brook, J. P. (1/12/2013). Building Community Structure for Child and Family Well-being: Some Considerations. United Community Services of Johnson County. Johnson County, KS
Brook, J. (8/22/2012). Implementing Evidence Based Parenting Programming: Sharing Experience, Strategy and Outcome. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, National Grantees Meeting. Washington, DC
Brook, J. (7/18/2012). Evidence Based Parenting Programs in Child Welfare. SAMHSA 5th National Conference on Behavioral Health for Women and Girls. San Diego, CA
Brook, J. (6/7/2012). The use of the UNCOPE: A facilitated discussion. National Webinar, The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, through the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
Brook, J., & McDonald, T. (4/12/2012). Using Data to Inform your Regional Partnership Grant: The Kansas Experience. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, 18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect and Regional Partnership Grants Special Topics Meeting. Washington, DC
Brook, J. (3/14/2012). Implementing Evidence Based Parenting Programs in Family Drug Court Contexts. National Webinar, sponsored by USDHHS, National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
Brook, J. (12/1/2011). Substance use and abuse and the social worker: Opportunities for intervention, coordination, and collaboration. Field Instructors Forum, The University of Kansas, School of Social Welfare. Overland Park, KS
Brook, J., Yan, Y., & Mariscal, S. (11/4/2011). The Kansas Serves Substance Affected Families Project. The Kansas Governor's Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. Topeka, KS
Brook, J. (12/31/2009). Substance abuse and child welfare. The Kansas Alliance for Drug Endangered Children Conference. Lenexa, KS

Selected Grants

Oklahoma Partnership Initiative, Phase 3: Program Evaluation. OK Dept of Mental Health & Substance Abu and Administration for Children & Families. $675000.00. Submitted 7/5/2017 (10/1/2017 - 9/30/2022). Federal. Status: Funded
Kansas Serves Substance Affected Families;. US DHHS, Administration for Children and Families; Regional Partnership Grants to Increase the Well-Being of and improve the Permanency Outcomes for, Children Affected by Substance Abuse.. $2900000.00. Submitted 6/16/2014 (10/1/2014 - 9/30/2019). Federal. Status: Funded. Role: Primary author (with Becci Akin, Thomas McDonald, Susana Mariscal & Kaela Byers) of original grant application, which built upon earlier work by this prinicipal in Kansas establishing the Regional Partnership Grant from 2007-2015 statewide. Technical Assistance to project from October 2014 to July 2018. Assumed PI role in August, 2018.
Okmulgee County, OK Family Drug Court Enhancement Program Evaluation. USDHHS, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, OK Dept of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services. $195000.00. Submitted 3/16/2015 (10/1/2015 - 9/30/2018). Federal. Status: Funded. Role: Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator, grant application co-author
Promoting Well-Being and Adoption After Trauma (Kansas Adoption Permanency Project).. 90-CO-1120. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families. $2425000.00. Submitted 8/1/2013 (10/1/2013 - 9/30/2018). Federal. Status: Funded. Role: Co-Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator. Note: project involvement began in October 2015.
Iowa Families and Children Together Project-Program Evaluation: Enhancing Services to Children and Families Affected by Parental Substance Abuse.. Primary Funding to the Iowa State Supreme Court Administration, Children's Justice Initiative; Evaluation funding is required flow through to KU. $485000.00. Submitted 7/10/2012 (10/1/2012 - 9/30/2017). This contract encompasses the provision of technical assistance and evaluation to the Iowa Children's Justice division of the state Supreme Court regarding state's handling of parental addictions and child welfare system interventions designed to facilitate family recovery and reunification. Key outcome measures: reunification rates, parental addiction severity, child well being, family well being, court recidivism. Federal. Status: Funded. Role: Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator, grant application co-author
The Oklahoma Partnership Initiative 2012-2017. USDHHS through the State of Oklahoma. $500000.00. Submitted 7/10/2012 (10/1/2012 - 9/30/2017). Technical Assistance and Outcomes Evaluation for statewide implementation of universal screening for substance use disorders among child welfare involved families; technical assistance and evaluation to state in implementation of two evidence based community programs to improve parental substance abuse and parenting skills outcomes within child welfare involved families. Federal. Status: Funded. Role: Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator, grant application co-author
USDHHS-Administration for Children and Families Oklahoma Partnership Initiative Phase 2 Evaluation. 4529051282. OK Dept of Mental Health & Substance Abu and US Dept of Health & Human Svcs. $92619.00. Submitted 8/31/2015 (10/1/2015 - 9/30/2016). Federal. Status: Funded
Expanded Substance Abuse Treatment Capacity for Family Drug Courts: Iowa Court Collaborative Evaluation. USDHHS-SAMHSA. $175500.00. Submitted 4/10/2013 (8/1/2013 - 7/30/2016). Federal. Status: Funded. Role: Co-Principal Investigator, grant application co-author
Enhancement and expansion of family drug court services in Tulsa County, OK. US Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Children Affected by Methamphetamine Program. $183500.00. (10/1/2010 - 9/30/2014). Federal. Status: Funded. Role: Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator, co-author of grant application.
The Oklahoma Partnership Initiative to Improve Well-Being of and Improve Permanency Outcomes for Children Affected by Methamphetamine and Other substance Abuse. US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families. $96000.00. (10/1/2012 - 9/30/2013). Federal. Status: Funded. Role: Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator
Kansas Serves Substance Affected Families. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families. $952000.00. (10/1/2007 - 9/30/2012). Federal. Status: Funded. Role: Co-Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator, co-author grant application
Kansas City Metro Youth Tobacco Prevention Initiative. First Call/Healthcare Foundation of Greater KC. $87500.00. Submitted 1/1/2012 (8/23/2010 - 8/23/2012). Foundation. Status: Funded. Role: Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator, co-author grant application
Kansas City Recovery Oriented Systems of Care Project. Subcontract with First Call, Kansas City with primary funding from the Healthcare Foundation of Greater Kansas City. $84000.00. (1/1/2010 - 12/31/2012). Foundation. Status: Funded. Role: Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator, grant application co-author
The Impact of Caring for Kids, an Educational Curriculum Designed to Increase Awareness of Familial Substance Abuse. First Call Kansas City. $27500.00. (1/1/2010 - 12/31/2012). Not-for-Profit (not Foundation). Status: Funded. Role: Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator
The Oklahoma Partnership Initiative to Improve Well-Being of and Improve Permanency Outcomes for Children Affected by Methamphetamine and Other Substance Abuse. US Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families. $250000.00. (1/1/2007 - 12/31/2012). Federal. Status: Funded. Role: Co-Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator, grant application co-author
Three site evaluation of Safe Haven Program and evaluation of Immediate Access Program for Substance Abusing Families in Child Welfare. State of Oklahoma, Department of Human Services. $44000.00. (1/1/2005 - 12/31/2009). Other States. Status: Funded. Role: Co-Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator
Health in Pregnancy Evaluation. State of Kansas Social and Rehabilitative Services. $36000.00. (1/1/2006 - 12/31/2008). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. Role: Principal Investigator, Project Evaluator

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