Family preservation in Missouri

Kolb, Lisa
March 1993
Public Welfare;Spring93, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p8
Features family preservation services (FPS), a social welfare program designed to protect children who are at immediate risk of out-of-home placement, by providing immediate, intensive, comprehensive, 24-hour, in-home services to these children and their families. Premises; Requirements for FPS workers; Clients; Selected cases worked on; Service delivery contrasts with traditional social services. INSET: The Homebuilders model..


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