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Strategies for supporting family, friend, and neighbor care providers

This report is based on the National Women's Law Center's interviews with leaders and staff from approximately 25 organizations (or networks of organizations) that have programs and activities to support FFN providers as well as on background information and materials from these organizations. The organizations were identified as having promising initiatives by FFN care experts and researchers and by state child care advocates. The organizations and initiatives cited in this report to illustrate the various strategies for supporting FFN providers are described in more detail in the Center's Catalog of Strategies to Support Family, Friend, and Neighbor Care. (author abstract)
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United States

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