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Partnerships for Children and Families Project

Working Report #1: Service Model Accessibility (Transforming Front Line Child Welfare Practice Project)

A study of the impacts of institutional settings on services, employment environments, and families
Hazineh, L. & Cameron, G.

published: 2010 | Research publication | full length research report

This report examines the differences in service accessibility across central, integrated, and school/community based sites including geographic proximity to families, acceptability of the setting to families, and accessibility expectations of service providers.

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revised Mar 4/10

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