The physical conditions of the homes of many families in the child welfare and other service systems are not conducive to the safety, care and development of young children. The home may be filthy, littered with hazards or cluttered with garbage and various extraneous items. This manual provides the details for quantifying hazards (Home Accident Prevention Inventory (HAPI)) and the cleanliness/filth (Checklist of Living Environments to Assess Neglect (CLEAN)) in families' homes. Together they provide an empirical basis for guiding intervention and evaluating progress at improving these conditions. Normative CLEAN and HAPI data appear in the text, Behavior Analysis Metrics & Applications for the Preservation & Reunification of Families. This is a digital product that will be sent to the email you provide.