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Family Support

A review of research on the effectiveness of self-help mutual aid groups
Elaina M. Kyrouz and Keith Humphreys

African-american single mothers: Understanding their lives and families
Bette J. Dickerson, Editor

Disconnected dads: Strategies for promoting responsible fatherhood
Theodora Ooms, Elena Cohen and John Hutchins

Empowerment and Latino families
Kathy Goetz, Editor

Executive Summary - Parent services project evaluation: Final report of findings
A. R. Stein and M. Haggard

Families Matter –The Parent Services Project
Harvard Family Research Project

Getting men involved: Strategies for early childhood programs
James A. Levine, Dennis T. Murphey and Sherrill Wilson

Grandmothers as caregivers: Raising children of the crack cocaine epidemic
Meredith Minkler and Kathleen M. Roe

Guide to developing neighborhood family centers: Strategies for service integration and community building
Federation for Community Planning, Council on Children, Youth and Families, Family Center Planning Project

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