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Ken Barter

In: Handbook for Working with Children and Youth: Pathways to Resilience across Cultures and Contexts

Chapter 21: Alternative Approaches to Promoting the Health and Well-Being of Children Accessing Community Resources to Support Resilience

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Alternative Approaches to Promoting the Health and Well-Being of Children Accessing Community Resources to Support Resilience
Alternative approaches to promoting the health and well-being of children accessing community resources to support resilience
KenBarter

Schools, mental health agencies, public health departments, judicial systems, child protection agencies, recreation services, and family resource centers are but a few of the Canadian public child-serving organizations that work with children and youth on a daily basis in attempts to promote their health and well-being. These organizations have in place policies, standards, procedures, working protocols, and professional practices to facilitate responding to the needs of children and youth. These public child-serving organizations tend to respond well to individuals and families who are deemed to be functioning adequately in society. People are educated in ...

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