Evidence Brief

Seven Promising Practices for Developing Supports for Black Parents/Caregivers

2022

Seven Promising Practices for Developing Supports for Black Parents/Caregivers

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This Evidence Brief summarizes the findings of Turner Consulting Group’s report Review of Promising Practices: Supports for Black Parents (2020), the third in a series of reports commissioned by the Ontario Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services to evaluate the Innovative Supports for Black Parents Initiative, a funding stream of the Black Youth Action Plan.

Youth Research & Evaluation eXchange. (2022). Seven Promising Practices for Developing Supports for Black Parents/Caregivers. https://youthrex.com/evidence-brief/seven-promising-practices-for-developing-supports-for-black-parentscaregivers/

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