Report

Review of Promising Practices: Supports for Black Parents

2020

Review of Promising Practices: Supports for Black Parents

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This report was published by Turner Consulting Group.

HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:

In July 2018, the Ontario Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services contracted with Turner Consulting Group Inc. to conduct an evaluation of the Innovative Supports for Black Parents (ISBP) initiative. The overall goals of the ISBP initiative are to enhance the availability of effective, culturally relevant, and culturally responsive parenting supports for Black parents and/or caregivers and to improve outcomes for Black children, youth, and their families.

This report, the third in the series, focuses on promising practices that could be used to improve outcomes for Black children and youth by supporting their parents. The goal of this report is to offer a range of promising and innovative practices that can be adopted and adapted to increase access to effective, culturally relevant, and culturally responsive services to Black children, youth, and families. This review can be used by Black-serving and mainstream agencies, policymakers, practitioners, and Black parents and advocates to develop, implement, and evaluate programs.

Turner, T. & Debrah, M. (2020). Review of Promising Practices: Supports for Black Parents. Toronto, ON: Turner Consulting Group Inc. https://www.blackparenting.ca/reports.html

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