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Early Childhood Care and Development Programs as Hook and Hub for Inter-sectoral Service Delivery in First Nations Communities

March 21, 2018 • 1 min read

This paper reports findings of a research study of promising practices around community development in three communities of rural BC First Nations.  The community development approach includes locating child care and development programs with other social services.  In this way young families are being supported with a greater range of services through this hub model of delivering more integrated services.

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