February 14, 2005 Implementation of Promoting Safe and Stable Families by American Indian TribesThis study evaluates child welfare preventative services; family preservation and support services; reunification and support services; and foster care services available to Native American tribes across the United States. The study focuses on the implementation and efficacy of such services at local, state, and national levels. In 1993, title IV-B, subpart 2 was created within the Social Security Act to provide funding specifically dedicated to child welfare preventive services. Originally named the Family Preservation and Family Support (FP/FS) Services program, the program's scope . . .
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February 14, 2005 Implementation of Promoting Safe and Stable Families by American Indian TribesThis study evaluates child welfare preventative services; family preservation and support services; reunification and support services; and foster care services available to Native American tribes across the United States. The study focuses on the implementation and efficacy of such services at local, state, and national levels. In 1993, title IV-B, subpart 2 was created within the Social Security Act to provide funding specifically dedicated to child welfare preventive services. Originally named the Family Preservation and Family Support (FP/FS) Services program, the program's scope . . .
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