Juvenile & Family Court Journal
peer mentor, mentor parents, recovery coach, family drug treatment court, program evaluation, child welfare, addiction treatment
Parent engagement is an important intermediate outcome in Family Drug Treatment Court (FDTC) and child welfare services. This study explored the utility and reliability of a client satisfaction and engagement survey designed to measure interim outcomes of a Mentor Parent Program, operating in conjunction with a FDTC. Findings suggest the survey is a useful, parsimonious and reliable tool for measuring key dimensions of parent mentor services including client engagement; client-centered support and empowerment; and help with systems navigation and accessing resources. The survey may be adapted for use in other FDTC or parent mentor contexts.
Laurie Drabble, Lisa Huan, Hilary Kushins, and Edward Cohen. "Measuring Client Satisfaction and Engagement: The Role of a Mentor Parent Program in Family Drug Treatment Court" Juvenile & Family Court Journal (2016): 19-32. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfcj.12053