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Residential treatment programs provide a child with a therapeutic environment that meets their unique needs for safety, permanence and well-being. Sanitation was now an important factor in economic and political public policy, and in maintaining and advancing the population's vigor, energy, vitality, and even fecundity. The federal government, through its cost-sharing agreements with the provinces and territories, is also involved in social and welfare services.

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Publisher: British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF) (January 4, 2002)

ISBN: 1903699002


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