crisis nurseries: Emergency services for children and families in need

Hynes-Lawrence, Darbi
January 2009
Exchange (19460406);Jan/Feb2009, Issue 185, p16
The article presents a reprint of the article "Crisis Nurseries: Emergency Services for Children and Families in Need," by Darbi Haynes-Lawrence, which appeared in the previous issue of "Exchange." It explores the significance of crisis nurseries in providing children and family the help they need during difficult times. Crisis nurseries are specifically intended to prevent child abuse and encouraging them to participate in various recreational and informative activities.


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