IRS Form 990s and other information are available on Guidestar.
Through its association with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Every Child Succeeds contributes to the home visitation field through programmatic scientific studies that generate new and more effective practices.
- Mother and Infant Depression Improvement Study (MIDIS): This study consisted of refining In-Home Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (IH-CBT), an adapted form of CBT for postpartum depressed mothers in home visitation whose initial development was supported by a grant from the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati.
- First Years Project (FYP): This study sought to understand why families join, remain and leave home visitation programs, and determine whether motivational interviewing helps families maintain their commitment to the program over time.
- Mother and Infant Depression Improvement Study 2 (MIDIS2): This study expands and extends research on In-Home Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (IH-CBT), an adapted form of CBT for postpartum depressed mothers in home visitation.
- Cincinnati Home Injury Prevention and Literacy Promotion Study (CHIP): The CHIP study seeks to evaluate a novel injury prevention program for young children that consists of installing safety devices in the home settings, an alternative to the educational or central distribution approaches that are more typically used. For more information about CHIP please visit http:\\www.cincinnatichildrens.org/service/c/chip-study/default
To learn more about research efforts in Every Child Succeeds, contact:
Robert T. Ammerman, PhD, ABPP, Scientific Director Robert.Ammerman@cchmc.org
Thomas DeWitt, MD, Medical Director Thomas.DeWitt@cchmc.org
Visit Dr. Ammerman’s website here.
View a list of publications and presentations from Every Child Succeeds by selecting the following link: Publications and Presentations (4.26.13)