The Clearinghouse has developed a working list of the next programs and services planned for systematic review. The programs and services were identified and prioritized using the Clearinghouse’s Handbook of Standards and Procedures. Particular consideration was given to programs and services recommended by State or local government administrators; rated by other clearinghouses (such as CEBC or HomVEE); recommended by federal partners; and/or evaluated as part of grants supported by the Children’s Bureau (such as the Title IV-E Child Welfare Demonstrations or Regional Partnership Grants).
This working list, presented in alphabetical order within each program or service area, may be changed in accordance with the Clearinghouse’s Handbook of Standards and Procedures and as needed to support implementation of ACYF-CB-PI-19-06, Transitional Payments for the Title IV-E Prevention and Family Services and Programs.
Note: Bold is used to indicate new programs and services that have been added to the working list.
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy [also listed under substance abuse]
- Child-Centered Play Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS)
- FFT – Therapeutic Case Management
- Functional Family Therapy – Child Welfare®
- Guiding Good Choices [also listed under substance abuse]
- Multisystemic Therapy – Prevention
- Strong African American Families [also listed under substance abuse]
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy [also listed under mental health]
- Assertive Community Treatment
- Circle of Life
- Guiding Good Choices [also listed under mental health]
- Multisystemic Therapy – Substance Abuse
- Strong African American Families [also listed under mental health]
In-home Parent Skill-based:
- SafeCare Augmented (Re-Review)
- Arizona Kinship Support Services
NOTE: The working list of the next programs and services planned for systematic review is based on preliminary information and is subject to change as additional information is obtained during the review process. If there are multiple formal adaptations of a program or service, the Clearinghouse may select one adaptation for review. This is intended to maximize the number of different programs and services reviewed. The Clearinghouse aims to review and rate as many programs and services as quickly as possible and will continue to release ratings for programs and services on a rolling basis.