Evaluation of Colorado Parenting Time/Visitation Project

Sep 2007 | Authors: Jessica Pearson, Ph.D., Lanae Davis, M.P.A., Nancy Thoennes, Ph.D., Center for Policy Research

Excerpt from Executive Summary of Report: The Colorado Parenting Time Project was designed to assess whether identifying parents with visitation problems in the child support caseload and providing services aimed at resolving them improves parent-child contact and the subsequent payment of child support. Conducted in child support agencies in El Paso and Jefferson Counties, the project ultimately involved the identification of a total of 716 cases with visitation problems from May 2005 to December 2006. The project evaluation assessed the number and types of parents who enrolled in the project, the services they received, and the outcomes they experienced.

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