Extending home visiting to kinship caregivers and family, friend, and neighbor caregivers [Executive summary]
Conway Perrin, Tiffany;
Center for Law and Social Policy
||A summary of an exploration of the feasibility of the expansion of home visiting models to include children in family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) caregiver arrangements and those in arrangements in which relatives are raising related children, based on interviews with stakeholders and service providers of 6 national home visiting programs
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