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Roe, Sandra (2015) A 7 year follow-up study (2008-2014) with graduates of the Ballymun Strengthening Families Programme (SFP 12-16 years). Dublin: Ballymun Local Drugs and Alcohol Task Force.

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The aim of this research was to undertake a 7 year follow-up study with the graduates of the Ballymun Strengthening Families Programme (12-16 years) to determine the impact of the Programme on family and community life.

Research objectives

a. To determine the extent families perceive Strengthening Families Programme as making a difference in their lives, if so in what way and to what extent.

b. To ascertain and demonstrate the benefits for families as a result of their participation and graduation from the Ballymun Strengthening Families Programme.

c. To examine Strengthening Families Programme related outcomes of graduating children/teens and families and to explore how outcomes relate to child/teen and family characteristics, social and community issues and follow- up period.

d. To highlight factors that may or may not have complemented the role of Strengthening Families Programme both within and outside the family environment such as other social supports, housing, drug and alcohol issues.

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