Evaluating peer support services in family reunification

Strengthening parents’ support systems can be a key strategy for supporting reunification and avoiding reentry. Child welfare systems could be enhanced, researchers advocate, if supplemented with informal support services, such as those provided by peer networks, neighborhood groups, and voluntary associations. Here’s what one organization did to address the challenge and create lasting…

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Dr. Robin LaBarbera

Dr. Robin LaBarbera

Researcher passionate about creating content that informs, inspires, and empowers individuals and organizations to achieve their greatest potential.

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