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The Arizona Kith and Kin Project evaluation: Brief #2: Latina family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) provider characteristics and features of child care they provide

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The overall goal of the analysis described in this brief, Brief #2 in a series of four, was to explore and document the characteristics of an increasingly larger segment of child care providers in this country, Latina Family, Friend, and Neighbor providers, and to document and describe features of the child care they provide. This large sample was obtained by collecting data from providers involved in a 14-week training-support group intervention known as the Arizona Kith and Kin Project. (author abstract)
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