Child Parent Enrichment Project (CPEP)

Model effectiveness research report last updated: 2012

In brief

Evidence of model effectiveness

This model does not meet the criteria established by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for an “evidence-based early childhood home visiting service delivery model” for the general population or for tribal populations because the findings from high- or moderate-rated effectiveness studies of the model do not meet all required criteria.

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Model description

The Child Parent Enrichment Project (CPEP) targeted pregnant mothers at risk for child abuse and aimed to reduce child abuse by alleviating the stressors that can contribute to child abuse and promote good parenting. Services consisted of home visits with paraprofessional parenting consultants twice per month for six months. During home visits, consultants and parents discussed tasks associated with the mother’s goals for caring for herself and her child. Tasks could be completed during or between home visits, and in the parent’s home or within the community. Tasks were completed by parents alone, led by consultants, or completed jointly by parents and consultants. Typical tasks included preparing one clean room for the baby (parent alone), modeling positive parenting skills (consultant-led), and repairing an appliance together (joint). For more information, please read the Model Overview.

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Extent of evidence

Results of search and review
Number of manuscripts
At least one finding was eligible for review…
2
  …and at least one finding rated high
0
  …and at least one finding rated moderate (but none rated high)
1
  …and all findings that were eligible for review rated low
0
  …but manuscript is additional source2
1

For more information, see the research database. For more information on the criteria used to rate research, please see details of HomVEE’s methods and standards.

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Summary of findings

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Criteria established by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Information based on comprehensive review of all high- and moderate-rated manuscripts
CriterionCriterion descriptionCriterion met?
1High- or moderate-quality impact study?Yes
2Across high- or moderate-quality studies, favorable impacts in at least two outcome domains within one sample OR the same domain for at least two non-overlapping samples?Yes
3Favorable impacts on full sample?Yes
4Any favorable impacts on outcome measures sustained at least 12 months after model enrollment?
Reported for all research but only required for RCTs.
No
5One or more favorable, statistically significant impact reported in a peer-reviewed journal?
Reported for all research but only required for RCTs.
Yes
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