Minnesota Kinship Navigator Project

The Minnesota Kinship Navigator Project addresses the needs of relative caregivers to support successful caregiving outside the formal child welfare system. Services include: information and referral, support groups, general advocacy and public awareness, and training and education for caregivers and professionals. The evaluation report presents the project's major activities and accomplishments, participants served, and services provided.

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Minnesota Kinship Navigator Project - Final Progress Report, 2009-2012EvaluationDecember 2012Stephanie Nelson-Dusek, Michelle Decker Gerrard
Kinship Caregivers in Minnesota - Summary of Findings from a Three-Year Federal Demonstration ProjectEvaluationDecember 2012Stephanie Nelson-Dusek, Maggie Skrypek, Michelle Decker Gerrard
Minnesota Kinship Navigator Semi-Annual Report, 2011-2012EvaluationApril 2012Michelle Decker Gerrard, Stephanie Nelson-Dusek, Thalia Hall
Summary Report of Relative Caregiver Focus GroupsEvaluationDecember 2010Krysten Ryba, Maggie Skrypek, Michelle Decker Gerrard

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