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The following organisations provide information and resources about TFCO and other evidence based and evidence informed interventions.
The Oregon Social Learning Centre is a non-profit, collaborative, multidisciplinary research centre dedicated to increasing the scientific understanding of social and psychological processes related to healthy development and family functioning. OSLC developed and tested the TFCO programmes before they were rolled out more widely.
TFC Consultants, Inc. specialises in implementing TFCO programmes with fidelity. TFC Consultants, Inc., also provide consultation and technical assistance to existing MTFC programmes and helps service providers, policy makers, and community leaders with successful implementation.
Evidence Based Intervention Programmes
The Department manages a number of interventions that have proved to be effective at working with looked after children and children on the edge of care or custody.
The evidence based intervention programmes hub is designed to help everyone looking for information about how to implement evidence based intervention programmes for looked after children, children on the edge of care or custody and their families
The Centre was set up to contribute to the work of building and developing effective services for children and families by applying insights and practical tools from the emerging field of implementation science and practice.
Implementation Science is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal that aims to publish research relevant to the scientific study of methods to promote the uptake of research findings into routine healthcare in clinical, organisational or policy contexts