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Book of the Month: January 2014
Edited By: Rob Geen
“Kinship Care” provides a comprehensive, up-to date analysis of the issues, research findings, practices, and policy debates surrounding kinship care. Its wealth of data and objective presentation make it a major contribution to the ongoing debate on foster care and permanency planning for children in the child welfare system. This book is a valuable resource for federal and state policymakers, educators, child welfare workers, and researchers.” Sandra Stukes Chipungu, Ph.D., Associate professor and Associate Dean Howard University School of Social Work.
Kinship Care: Making the Most of a Valuable Resource and other books are available for check-out at our Lending Library located in the Kids and Families Center.
Call Maribel at 805-643-1446 ext.133 if you have questions or visit the Lending Library page on our website.