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Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver Project: 2006 report
Organizational Research Services, January, 2007
Seattle, WA: Child Care Resources.

An evaluation of the Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver Project in 2006, a community-based initiative to develop a network of supports and resources for family, friend, and neighbor caregivers and the children they care for

Reports & Papers


Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver Project: 2006 report [Executive summary]
Organizational Research Services, January, 2007
Seattle, WA: Child Care Resources.

An evaluation of the Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver Project in 2006, a community-based initiative to develop a network of supports and resources for family, friend, and neighbor caregivers and the children they care for

Executive Summary


Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver Project: 2007 report
Organizational Research Services, January, 2008
Seattle, WA: Child Care Resources.

An evaluation of the Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver Project, a community-based initiative to develop a network of supports and resources for family, friend, and neighbor caregivers and the children they care for

Reports & Papers


Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver Project: 2007 report [Executive summary]
Organizational Research Services, January, 2008
Seattle, WA: Child Care Resources.

A summary of an evaluation of the Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver Project, a community-based initiative to develop a network of supports and resources for family, friend, and neighbor caregivers and the children they care for

Executive Summary


Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver Resource Network--King County: SOAR Opportunity Fund/Sparking Connections evaluation report: April 2004-March 2005
Organizational Research Services, July, 2005
Seattle, WA: Organizational Research Services. (No longer accessible as of January 22, 2013).

A process and outcome evaluation of a family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) child care initiative, implemented by community-based organizations, to strengthen caregiver capacity and increase community awareness of the importance of FFN child care providers, based on organization reporting and caregiver questionnaires

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Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver Resource Network--King County: SOAR Opportunity Fund/Sparking Connections evaluation report (April 2004-March 2005): Executive summary
Organizational Research Services, July, 2005
Seattle, WA: Organizational Research Services.

A summary of a process and outcome evaluation of a family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) child care initiative, implemented by community-based organizations, to strengthen caregiver capacity and increase community awareness of the importance of FFN child care providers, based on organization reporting and caregiver questionnaires

Executive Summary


Opportunity fund: 2005 FFN evaluation update
Organizational Research Services, December, 2005
Seattle, WA: Organizational Research Services.

Findings from an evaluation of a community-based initiative to improve the skills of family, friend, and neighbor child care providers, based on reporting and caregiver questionnaires from 6 community based organizations in King County, Washington

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