This study evaluated the effectiveness of a parent-based intervention, the Parent Project, among 84 parents of at-risk youth. Results indicated improvements in child management, family involvement, parent-child affective quality, substance use rules communication, and parental self-efﬁcacy at a 10-week follow-up.
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Doumas, Diana M.; King, Marianne; Stallworth, Christa; Peterson, Polly; and Lundquist, Amanda. (2015). "Evaluation of a Parent-Based Intervention for At-Risk Adolescents". Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling, 36(2), 66 - 80. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jaoc.12004