Maine Parenting Relatives Mental Health and Substance Abuse Project
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As families are face increasing pressures, kinship care is becoming a more common occurrence. Furthermore, as the foster care system becomes more taxed, informal kinship care is becoming more prevalent. This article looks at work with kinship families from a clinician’s perspective. Case examples and models are utilized to promote collaborative efforts in working with these families and allowing for the best care possible.
Dodson, Bonny and University of Maine Center on Aging, "Working With Kinship Families: Reflections of a Clinician" (2004). Maine Center on Aging Education and Training. 24.
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