The impact of COVID-19 on family, friend, and neighbor care in Colorado: Ensuring all children are valued, healthy, and thriving
Despite the ubiquity and importance of FFN care, there is limited data on the characteristics of Colorado’s FFN providers, their needs, and experiences, and most acutely, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the provision of FFN care. Thus, Mile High United Way, in collaboration with the Butler Institute for Families at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work and Early Milestones Colorado, conducted a research study to address these gaps. (author abstract)
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The impact of COVID-19 on family, friend, and neighbor care in Colorado: Ensuring all children are valued, healthy, and thriving [Executive summary]