Enriching foster family relationships through problem solving : guidelines for foster parents Public Deposited

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  • Foster families provide care and support for more than 500,000 foster children in the United States. Foster families, like all families, face conflicts and stresses that demand effective problem solving. This guide outlines some simple ideas for effective problem solving in foster families.
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