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Common needs but divergent interventions for U.S. homeless and foster care children: results from a systematic review.

by on September 20, 2012

Source: HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE IN THE  COMMUNITY, 2012 Sep; 20(5):449-76.

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Date of publication: September, 2012

Publication type: Journal article

In a nutshell: This article reviews existing literature to identify the most promising practices for children living in homeless situations in the U.S. who have temporary stays in foster care, and both populations suffer disproportionately higher rates of physical, psychological and social difficulties compared with other children.

Length of publication: 28 pages journal article

Some important notes: If you have difficulty accessing this article please  ask your local health librarian to locate this for you.

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