Receiving mandated therapeutic services: Experiences of parents involved in the child welfare system
Parents involved with child welfare services are often mandated to attend a variety of therapeutic services based on the stressors they face. Despite the need to understand how to best offer services to parents, there is limited research that examines parents' experiences with and barriers to accessing these services.
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