Community partnership development in a rural southern county: A case study in African-American

Sutherland, Mary S.; Harris, Gregory J.; Foulk, David; Gessner, Linda J.
March 1998
American Journal of Health Studies;1998, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p57
Academic Journal
Reports on African-American church leaders' development of the Jackson County Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Partnership program in Jackson County, Florida. Impact of an African-American lead rural prevention partnership; Facilitation of African-American community's acceptance of the program; Development of local program leadership and control.


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