Based on Research Conducted at OSLC

A collaborative effort between OSLC and Tillamook County to develop and maintain a community database for evaluation purposes.

Project Overview

The Community Database Research Project, also known as Community and Family Connections, was a collaborative effort between Oregon Social Learning Center and the Tillamook County Commission on Children and Families to effectively develop, maintain and use a community database for evaluation purposes. There were three intervention components: Parent Management Training groups; First Step, a program that reinforces positive behavior in the classroom; and Positive Behavior Support, which helps schools define problem and appropriate behaviors and develop effective incentives and motivational systems.

Year Project Began: 2004
Funder: National Institute of Mental Health

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