Raising Children with Emotional or Behavioral Problems

Children who come to the attention of the child welfare system have very high rates of emotional and behavioral problems. Many families, especially those in isolated or poor communities, have trouble accessing effective supports.

Above all, families need service providers to listen and become their partner in caring for the child. In this issue, parents write about caring for their children and themselves.

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