Guidelines for Intervention With Abusive Fathers
Caring Dads is one program developed to better meet the safety and security needs of children and their mothers by providing intervention for fathers who have perpetrated violence in their families. This chapter draws on experiences with the Caring Dads program to describe issues that arise in designing and providing intervention with fathers who have abused their children and/or intimate partners and to outline a series of guidelines for program accountability. Due to the importance of child and woman safety and the complexity of multisystem involvement, the delivery of a program like Caring Dads requires a high level of program accountability.
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