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2002 Jordan Institute
for Families

Vol. 7, No. 4
August 2002

"To me, family-centeredness means . . .


“To me family-centeredness means that the family is kept at the heart of the process. I think that too often in the child protective services part of our work we see ourselves as investigators and case managers and less as real service providers.”

— Chuck Harris, Chief, Children’s Services, N.C. Division of Social Services