Kids Count Data Book, 2005: State Profiles of Child Well-Being



William P. O'Hare, Megan Reynolds, «Kids Count Data Book, 2005: State Profiles of Child Well-Being»
Diane Pub Co | ISBN: 1422301982 | 2005 | File type: PDF | 197 pages | 6.82 mb

Clearly, the issues in this year's KIDS COUNT Data Book essay represent some of the most formidable barriers facing parents who are trying to connect to the workforce. Substance abuse, domestic violence, prior incarceration, and depression can potentially paralyze even the most eager and enterprising parents and jeopardize the economic security and future of their children, but the evidence affirmsthat it is possible to help these particularly vulnerable parents address and overcome these obstacles.

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