Developing and Sustaining Child Abuse Prevention Programs in Tough Times: Collaborating With Your Community
Publication Year: 2009
Type: Federal resource, Online Publication
Federal programs increasingly require community programs to collaborate in serving children and families. This excerpt from the "Developing and sustaining child abuse prevention programs in tough times" on-line toolkit provides basic information on the importance of community collaboration for the prevention of child abuse and neglect, forming collaborations, and assessing community strengths and needs. Examples of community partnerships are provided.
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