Child protection : using research to improve policy and practice /
"Reports the results of the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being. Discusses implications and suggests alternatives for types of personal and familial problems the programs are meant to address, the range of services and interventions that the child protection system can make avail...
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Washington, D.C. :
Brookings Institution Press,
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