Kellie B. Reed-Ashcraft Ph.D.

Kellie Reed Ashcraft, Ph.D., Associate Professor, is completing her tenth year with the Social Work Program at Appalachian State University. Dr. Reed Ashcraft currently teaches courses in advanced social welfare policy and evaluation of practice within the Program. She previously has taught courses including introductory social work, introductory social welfare policy, and field seminar. In addition to her teaching, Dr. Reed Ashcraft serves as a co-principal investigator along with Dr. John Turner on two multi-year, funded projects with the North Carolina Division of Social Services: the North Carolina Child Welfare Education Collaborative and the North Carolina Community-Based Programs Database Management Project. Dr. Reed Ashcraft also serves as a research associate on North Carolina 's Model Methamphetamine Family Treatment Program, a project funded through North Carolina 's Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services. Dr. Reed Ashcraft's research interests include program evaluation; family support, family preservation, and intensive family preservation services; child welfare; risk and resiliency research; social welfare policy; and assessment tool development. Prior to joining the faculty at Appalachian State University, Dr. Reed Ashcraft served as a research associate at the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

There are 2 included publications by Kellie B. Reed-Ashcraft Ph.D.:

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The Journal Of The Blue Cross NC Institute For Health & Human Services: Volume 1 2021 4836 Welcome to our Inaugural Issue! The Blue Cross NC Institute for Health and Human Services (IHHS), housed administratively under the Beaver College of Health Sciences, is one of only two institutes at Appalachian State University. The Vision of the IH...
Process Evaluation: Executive Summary and Final Report. NC Methamphetamine Initiative/ASU Partnership for Treatment Program Development and Evaluation 2008 2958 Technical Report