Being family centred

August 2011
Future Times;2011, Vol. 3, p5
The article states that the Family Commission is actively promoting the success story of the Victory Village as an example of a community exercising leadership in addressing family-centered priorities. It has documented the "Victory approach" in a case study report and a DVD, which are now part of the pool of resources that can be tapped by communities seeking innovative solutions to problems concerning child and family well-being.


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