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An exploratory study: an outcome evaluation of the Fulton County, (Atlanta) Georgia CASA Program

@inproceedings{Tuggle2005AnES,
  title={An exploratory study: an outcome evaluation of the Fulton County, (Atlanta) Georgia CASA Program},
  author={Felicia J. Tuggle},
  year={2005}
}
  • Felicia J. Tuggle
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK TUGGLE, FELICIA J. B.S. ATLANTA CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, 2002 AN EXPLORATORY STUDY: AN OUTCOME EVALUATION OF THE FULTON COUNTY, fATLANTA) GEORGIA CASA PROGRAM Advisor: Dr. Sarita Davis Thesis dated May 2005 This study evaluated the efforts of the Fulton County Court Appointed Special Advocate (FCCASA) Program and its effectiveness in permanency planning. Permanency planning refers to efforts to move children through the court system in a timely and efficient manner. Fulton… CONTINUE READING

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