Corpus ID: 46909380

Partnering with parents: Promising approachd to improve reunification outcomes for children in foster care.

@inproceedings{Anthony2009PartneringWP,
  title={Partnering with parents: Promising approachd to improve reunification outcomes for children in foster care.},
  author={Elizabeth K. Anthony and Jill Duerr Berrick and Edward Cohen and Elizabeth W. Young},
  year={2009}
}

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