Upon subsequent analyses with the same data set, we found that there was a miscalculation in the proportions of families receiving indicated-level services in the Family Check-Up (FCU). The sentence starting on page 308 and ending on page 309 should be the following:
Of the 180 families receiving the FCU, 80% (n = 131) received indicated-level support after feedback. Among families that received indicated-level support, 36% received positive behavior support, 71% (previously reported as 68%) received support in limit setting and monitoring skills, and 73% received communication and problem solving support. School-related support was received by 79% (previously reported as 67%).
We regret these errors and any problems they may have caused.