This is the eleventh issue of the Family Preservation Journal, and we have chosen to focus this special issue on the use of family preservation services in child welfare. While family preservation services, as a philosophy and as a service model, are provided to families in a variety of service settings and sectors, including juvenile justice and mental health arenas, they have their basis and origin in services to children and families. We think it is time, in this 11th issue of the Journal, to take stock of the state of family preservation services in child welfare and assess where they might be heading.
"Family Preservation in Child Welfare: Its Base and Its Future,"
Journal of Family Strengths:
1, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/jfs/vol6/iss1/2