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What's working?: A study of the intersection of family, friend, and neighbor networks and early childhood mental health consultation

With few systemic efforts to improve and enhance FFN child care, this study aimed to understand the potential role that IECMHC, as an effective, prevention-based service, could play to meet the needs of FFN providers, children and their families. With no previous studies about how IECMHC is being used by FFN child care, we wanted to determine whether mental health consultation is a helpful approach for FFN settings in supporting young children's social and emotional development. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
United States
Michigan; Colorado; California; Arizona

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