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Low-income Mothers Face Barriers to Accessing Family Planning Services
Researchers evaluated the effectiveness of the early childhood service system in Palm Beach County, studying whether it functioned as expected and achieved its...
Fathers Play Key Role in Improving Birth Outcomes
This brief discusses findings relevant to the topic of parenting, particularly the role of fathers in children's development.
Community Schools Positively Impact Student Outcomes
This report examines the effect of student and family use of out-of-school time, school-based health center, and family supports provided by the Elev8 Baltimore...
State, International Models Presented at 14th Annual TCOM Conference in Chicago
Person-centered care was the theme of the 2018 TCOM conference.
Challenges, Benefits Found in Providing Home Visiting Services for Pregnant and Parenting Foster Youth
A preliminary evaluation finds a home visiting program targeted at serving pregnant and parenting foster youth faces ongoing challenges.
Developing and Implementing a Practice Model at Nexus
Nexus Youth and Family Solutions (Nexus) is a private agency that is working with Chapin Hall to implement a practice model to make a meaningful impact on the...