Rural Child Welfare Practice
Discusses the needs and concerns of rural children and families, including healthcare and social services. Examines factors linked to child maltreatment, such as poverty, violence, and substance use, and features descriptions of successful programs designed to promote child welfare in rural areas of Montana, South Dakota, Kansas, and Colorado, and Appalachian Ohio and Kentucky.
Administration for Children and Families
Abuse and violence · Appalachia · Child welfare · Children and youth · Human services · Rural-urban differences · Social determinants of health · Substance abuse · Colorado · Kansas · Kentucky · Montana · Ohio · South Dakota