The year 2009 marks the 35th anniversary of the first Intensive Family Preservation Services program.
What does IFPS stand for?
IFPS stands for Intensive Family Preservation Services
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We have 41 other meanings of IFPS in our Acronym Attic
- Institute for Public Relations
- Integrated Forest Products Refinery
- International Foundation for Production Research
- Inter-American Federation of Public Relations Associations
- International Federation of Park and Recreation Administration
- International Fine Particles Research Institute (est. 1979)
- International Food Policy Research Institute
- International Fixed Public Radiocommunication Services (Federal Communications Commission)
- Initial Flight Plan Processing System
- Integrated Initial Flight Plan Processing System (EU)
- Interactive Financial Planning System
- Interactive Forecast Preparation System
- International Federation for Produce Standards (est. 2001)
- International Federation of Philosophical Societies
- International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies
- International Fluid Power Society
- International Forum of Psychoanalysis
- International Free Press Society (Fredriksberg, Denmark)
- Intraformation Position/Traffic Collision Avoidance System
- Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Collective
Samples in periodicals archive:
This study re-examined the ability of intensive family preservation services (IFPS) to prevent out-of-home placements of children in abusive or neglectful families.
Intensive family preservation services will be developed for 240 families with children under the age of six.
Littell's article delves into the "black box" of treatment, addressing whether and how variations in client participation--specifically collaboration with workers in treatment planning and compliance with program expectations--affect outcomes of intensive family preservation services.
This study examined whether and how variations in client participation affect outcomes of intensive family preservation services in child welfare.
Intensive Family Preservation Services for families at risk of removal of a child often end with recommendations for additional services.
The Andersen framework of service use was used to examine the correlates of use of the recommended aftercare services after intensive family preservation services (IFPS).
Key words: family preservation services; longitudinal study; long-term effects; out-of-home placement; reunificatian The use of intensive family preservation services is fraught with controversy.