Maternity Group Homes Classification and Literature Review. References


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Bridgeway Homes. Accessed January 2004.

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Fischer, Robert L. Toward Self-Sufficiency: Evaluating a Transitional Housing Program for Homeless Families. Policy Studies Journal, vol. 28, no. 2, 2000.

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Saint Elizabeth's Regional Maternity Center. Accessed January 2004.

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Social Policy Action Network. Second Chance Homes National Directory. Washington, DC: SPAN, November 2001.

Social Policy Action Network. Seeking Supervision: Second Chance Homes and the TANF Minor Teen Parent Living Arrangement Rule. Washington, DC: SPAN, 1999.

State Policy Documentation Project. Minor Living Arrangement: Approved Settings and Assistance in Locating Supervision. Washington, DC: SPDP, February 1999.

Sylvester, Kathleen. Second-Chance Homes: Breaking the Cycle of Teen Pregnancy. Washington, DC: Progressive Policy Institute, June 1995.

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