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

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In this study, with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, we endeavored to understand more about the FFN child care landscape to help determine which services and supports, and in particular mental health related services and supports, are most requested and needed by FFN child care providers to build their knowledge, skills, and self-efficacy. By contextualizing the FFN child care landscape, we hoped to ground the work of programs committed to strengthening protective factors, such as culture, community, and social connections, and supporting FFN providers and families to positively influence child and caregiver well-being. (author abstract)
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