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Parent Education

Evaluation of the parent-child education program

Families and Schools Together (FAST): Integrating community development with clinical strategies
Lynn McDonald, Stephen Billingham, Tammy Conrad, Arthur Morgan, Nancy O., and Estella Payton

Family-oriented interventions for the prevention of chemical dependency in children and adolescents - The Strengthening Families program for the prevention of delinquency and drug use
J. DeMarsh and K. L. Kumpfer

Horizons Final Evaluation Report-School-based Parent Training Project, 1995-1998
Parenting for Prevention, Seattle-King County DASAS

Impact of a family and school-based prevention program on protective factors for high-risk youth—The Families and Schools Together (FAST) program
Lynn MacDonald and Thomas V. Sayger

Long-term follow-up assessment of parent training by use of multiple outcome measures
C.G. Baum and R. Forehand

Mobilizing church communities for alcohol and other drug abuse prevention through the use of volunteer church advocate teams
Ted Strader

Monograph: Parenting styles and program impact
Marilyn Steele, Consulting and Clinical Services, Los Angeles, CA, June 2002

Parenting for prevention: How to raise a child to say no to alcohol/drugs
David J. Wilmes

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