Fetal Alcohol and Drug Unit
Parent-Child Assistance Program (PCAP)
Grant, T., & Casey Family Programs (2013). Parent-Child Assistance Program Outcomes Suggest Sources of Cost Savings for Washington State. Available at: http://depts.washington.edu/pcapuw/inhouse/PCAP_Cost_Savings_Brief_Feb_2013.pdf
Grant, T.M., and Huggins, J.E. (2013). Intervention with mothers who abuse alcohol and drugs: How relationship and motivation affect the process of change in an evidence-based model. In: Parenting and Substance Addiction: Developmental Approaches to Intervention. N.E. Suchman, M. Pajulo, & L.C. Mayes (Eds). Oxford University Press, pp. 365-385.
Rasmussen, C., Kully-Martens, K., Denys, K., Badry, D., Henneveld, D., Wyper, K., & Grant, T. (2012). The effectiveness of a community-based intervention program for women at risk for giving birth to a child with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). Community Mental Health Journal, 48(1): 12-21. DOI: 10.1007/s10597-010-9342-0. Epub 2010 Aug 8.
Grant, T.M., Jack, D.C., Fitzpatrick, A.L., & Ernst, C.C. (2011). Carrying the burdens of poverty, parenting, and addiction: Depression symptoms and self-silencing among ethnically diverse women. Community Mental Health Journal, 47(1): 90-98. DOI: 10.1007/s10597-009-9255-y. Epub 2009 Oct 16.
Grant, T., Ernst, C., Streissguth, A., & Stark, K. (2005). Preventing alcohol and drug exposed births in Washington State: Intervention findings from three Parent-Child Assistance Program sites. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 31(3): 471-490.
Grant, T., Ernst, C.C., Pagalilauan G., & Streissguth, A.P. (2003). Post-program follow-up effects of paraprofessional intervention with high-risk women who abused alcohol and drugs during pregnancy. Journal of Community Psychology. 31(3), 211-222.
Umlah, C. & Grant, T. (2003). Intervening to prevent prenatal alcohol and drug exposure: The Manitoba experience in replicating a paraprofessional model. Envision: The Manitoba Journal of Child Welfare 2(1), 1-12.
Grant, T., Streissguth, A., Ernst, C. (2002). Benefits and challenges of paraprofessional advocacy with mothers who abuse alcohol and drugs and their children. Zero to 3. 23(2):14-20.
Grant, T.M., Streissguth, A.P., & Ernst, CC. (2002). Intervention with alcohol & drug abusing mothers and their children: The role of the paraprofessional. The Source: Newsletter of the National Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource Center, 11(3): 5-26
Kartin, D., Grant, T.M., Streissguth, A.P., Sampson, PD & Ernst, CC. (2002). Three-year developmental outcomes in children with prenatal alcohol and drug exposure. Pediatric Physical Therapy, 14: 145-153
Grant, T.M., Ernst, C.C., & Streissguth, A.P. (1999). Intervention with high-risk alcohol and drug-abusing mothers: I. Administrative Strategies of the Seattle Model of Paraprofessional Advocacy. Journal of Community Psychology, 27(1), 1-18.
Ernst, C.C., Grant, T.M., & Streissguth, A.P. (1999). Intervention with high-risk alcohol and drug-abusing mothers: II. 3-year findings from the Seattle Model of Paraprofessional Advocacy. Journal of Community Psychology, 27(1), 19-38.
Grant, T.M., Ernst, C.C., McAuliff, S., & Streissguth, A.P. (1997). The Difference Game: An assessment tool and intervention strategy for facilitating change in high-risk clients. Families in Society, 78(4), 429-432. Grant, T.M., Ernst, C.C., Streissguth, A.P., Phipps, P., & Gendler, B. (1996). When case management isn’t enough: A model of paraprofessional advocacy for drug- and alcohol-abusing mothers. Journal of Case Management, 5 (1), 3-11.
Grant, T.M., Ernst, C.C., & Streissguth, A.P. (1996). An intervention with high risk mothers who abuse alcohol and drugs: The Seattle Advocacy Model. American Journal of Public Health, 86(12), 1816-1817.