ERIC Number: ED370667
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Reference Count: N/A
Family Resource Coalition Report. Volumes 6-11, 1987-1992.
Silvern, Joan, Ed.
Family Coalition Report, v6-11 1987-1992
The Family Resource Coalition's (FRC) mission is to build support and resources within communities that strengthen and empower families, enhance the capacities of parents, and foster the optimal development of youth. FRC pursues this mission by: (1) developing a national resource center on family resource programs; (2) advocating on issues that affect families; (3) providing consulting and training services that integrate family-focused prevention principles; (4) publishing; (5) sponsoring conferences; (6) providing technical assistance on program development. The FRC newsletter reflects these interests. This document consists of all 18 newsletter issues for the 6-year period 1987-1992. Sample lead articles in recent issues are: "Five Principles to Help Families Deal With Television,""Strengthening Youth and Family Resistance to Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse," and "Family-Centered Childcare." (AA)
Descriptors: Adoption, American Indians, Family Programs, Intergenerational Programs, Policy Formation, Programming (Broadcast)
Family Resource Coalition, 200 South Michigan Avenue, Suite 1520, Chicago, IL 60604 ($3 each issue for nonmembers: $2 each issue for members).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Family Resource Coalition, Chicago, IL.
Identifiers: Family Advocacy; Family Support; Native Americans; Pediatricians; Postpartum Depression
Note: Newsletter issued three times a year. Volume 6 n2 also entered independently as ED 292 901.