Recruiting hispanic foster parents: Issues of culture, language, and social policy
Hispanics are one of the fastest growing ethnic/racial groups in the United States. The number of Hispanic children entering foster care is greater than the number of licensed families who share their language and cultural identity. This paper addresses issues of culture, language, and social policy which must be considered when recruiting Hispanic foster parents. Copyright 2006 Alliance for Children and Families.
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Capello, Doris Correa, "Recruiting hispanic foster parents: Issues of culture, language, and social policy" (2006). Kean Publications. 2589.