Abramovitz, R., & Bloom, S. L. (2003). Creating Sanctuary in Residential Treatment for Youth: From the "Well-ordered Asylum" to a "Living-Learning Environment". Psychiatric Quarterly, 74(2), 119-135.
Downloadable copy available at: http://www.sanctuaryweb.com/PDFs_new/Abramovitz%20and%20Bloom%20Creating%20Sanctuary.pdf
Bloom, S. L., Bennington-Davis, M., Farragher, B., McCorkle, D., Nice-Martin, K., & Wellbank, K. (2003). Multiple Opportunities for Creating Sanctuary. Psychiatric Quarterly, 74(2), 173.
Downloadable copy available at: http://www.sanctuaryweb.com/PDFs_new/Bloom%20et%20al%20Multiple%20Opportunities.pdf
Bloom, S. L., & Sreedhar, S. Y. (2008). The Sanctuary Model of Trauma-Informed Organizational Change. Part of the special issue, From trauma to trust, 17(3), 48-53.
Downloadable copy available at: http://www.sanctuaryweb.com/PDFs_new/Bloom%20&%20Yanosy%20Sanctuary%20Model.pdf
Esaki, N., Benamati, J., Yanosy, S., Middleton, J. S., Hopson, L. M., Hummer, V. L., & Bloom, S. L. (2013). The Sanctuary Model: Theoretical framework. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Work, 94(2), 87–95.
Henry, J., Richardson, M., Black-Pond, C., Sloane, M., Atchinson, B., & Hyter, Y. (2011). A Grassroots Prototype for Trauma-Informed Child Welfare System Change. Child Welfare, 90(6), 169-186. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22533048
Hopper, E. K., Bassuk, E. L., & Olivet, J. (2009). Shelter from the Storn: Trauma-Informed Care in Homelessness Services Settings.The Open Health Services and Policy Journal, 2, 131-151. http://homeless.samhsa.gov/ResourceFiles/cenfdthy.pdf
Hummer, V. L., Dollard, N., Robst, J., & Armstrong, M. I. (2010). Innovations in implementation of trauma-informed care practices in youth residential treatment: a curriculum for organizational change. Child Welfare, 89(2), 79-95.
James, S. (2011). What works in group care? — A structured review of treatment models for group homes and residential care. Children & Youth Services Review, 33(2), 308-321. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2010.09.014
Lee, E., Esaki, N., Kim, J., Greene, R., Kirkland, K., & Mitchell-Herzfeld, S. (2013). Organizational climate and burnout among home visitors: Testing mediating effects of empowerment. Children and Youth Services Review, 35, 594-602.
Madsen, L. H., Blitz, L. V., McCorkle, D., & Panzer, P. G. (2003). Sanctuary in a Domestic Violence Shelter: A Team Approach to Healing. Psychiatric Quarterly, 74(2), 155-171.
Downloadable copy available at: http://www.sanctuaryweb.com/PDFs_new/Madsen%20Sanctuary%20in%20a%20DV%20Shelter.pdf
McSparren, W. M., & Motley, D. Y. (2010). How to Improve the Process of Change: The Sanctuary Model. Nonprofit World, 28(6), 14-15.
Negley, E. (2010). Bethany Children's Home 'sanctuary' approach certified: Reading Eagle (PA).
Norton, K., & Bloom, S. L. (2004). The art and challenges of long-term and short-term democratic therapeutic communities. Psychiatric Quarterly, 75(3), 249-261.
Downloadable copy available at: http://www.sanctuaryweb.com/PDFs_new/Norton%20and%20Bloom%20The%20art%20and%20challenges.pdf
Panzer, P. G., & Bloom, S. L. (2003). Introduction. Psychiatric Quarterly, 74(2), 115-117.
Downloadable copy available at: http://www.sanctuaryweb.com/PDFs_new/Panzer%20&%20Bloom%20Introduction%20to%20Special%20Section.pdf
Peacock, C., & Daniels, G. (2006). Applying an Antiracist Framework to a Residential Treatment Center: Sanctuary®, a Model for Change. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 6(2/3), 135-154. doi: 10.1300/J135v06n02-09
Rivard, J. C., Bloom, S. L., McCorkle, D., & Abramovitz, R. (2005). Preliminary results of a study examining the implementation and effects of a trauma recovery framework for youths in residential treatment. Therapeutic Community: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations, 26(1), 83-96.
Downloadable copy available at: http://www.sanctuaryweb.com/PDFs_new/Rivard%20PreliminaryResults.pdf
Stein, B. D., Sorbero, M., Kogan, J., & Greenberg, L. (2011). Assessing the Implementation of a Residential Facility Organizational Change Model: Pennsylvania's Implementation of the Sanctuary Model. Retrieved from http://www.ccbh.com/pdfs/articles/Sanctuary_Model_3Pager_20110715.pdf
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Factors Associated with Foster Parents' Perceptions of Agency Effectiveness in Preparing Them for Their Role
We are pleased to present the first peer reviewed article from the Sanctuary Institute. This article, entitled “Factors Associated with Foster Parents’ Perceptions of Agency Effectiveness in Preparing Them for Their Role” is based on work Dr. Nina Esaki, Director of Research, Sanctuary Institute conducted while at the University of Maryland School of Social Work, where she was formerly a Research Assistant Professor. The article provides evidence of the need for agencies to provide support and training of foster parents; a need that can be addressed with the Sanctuary Model.
To view the author’s manuscript, click here. This is the Author’s Accepted Manuscript of an article published in the Journal of Public Child Welfare, October 26, 2012, copyright Taylor & Francis, available online at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15548732.2012.723978