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Supportive pathways for young people leaving care: lessons learned from four decades of research

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Supportive pathways for young people leaving care : lessons learned from four decades of research. / Stein, Mike.

Therapeutic Residential Care for Children and Youth. ed. / James K. Whittaker; Jorge F. del Valle; Lisa Holmes. London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014. p. 189-202 (Child Welfare Outcomes Series).

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Harvard

Stein, M 2014, Supportive pathways for young people leaving care: lessons learned from four decades of research. in JK Whittaker, JF del Valle & L Holmes (eds), Therapeutic Residential Care for Children and Youth. Child Welfare Outcomes Series, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London, pp. 189-202.

APA

Stein, M. (2014). Supportive pathways for young people leaving care: lessons learned from four decades of research. In J. K. Whittaker, J. F. del Valle, & L. Holmes (Eds.), Therapeutic Residential Care for Children and Youth (pp. 189-202). (Child Welfare Outcomes Series). Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Vancouver

Stein M. Supportive pathways for young people leaving care: lessons learned from four decades of research. In Whittaker JK, del Valle JF, Holmes L, editors, Therapeutic Residential Care for Children and Youth. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 2014. p. 189-202. (Child Welfare Outcomes Series).

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Stein, Mike. / Supportive pathways for young people leaving care : lessons learned from four decades of research. Therapeutic Residential Care for Children and Youth. editor / James K. Whittaker ; Jorge F. del Valle ; Lisa Holmes. London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014. pp. 189-202 (Child Welfare Outcomes Series).

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