Support in place to promote well-being of children

Petten, Cheryl
October 2002
Alberta Sweetgrass;Oct2002, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p14
Focuses on the care provided to aboriginal children by the child foster care organization Sakaigun Asky Child and Family Services in Alberta. Percentage of aboriginal children at the organization; Reasons behind the need for foster parents among aborigines; Measures for home community and heritage awareness among children at the organization.


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