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Issue #18
Raising Children with Emotional and Behavioral Problems

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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.

Sick and Tired
I needed respite and support but instead I lost my son.

All the Difference
My son’s new school has put him on the right path.

Apart But Not Alone
My grandson has made progress in a facility that works closely with family.

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