NCCANNational Center on Child Abuse and Neglect
NCCANNational Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect
NCCANNational Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect
NCCANNorth Carolina Children and Nature Coalition (Asheboro, NC)
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In addition, increased rates of substance abuse and mental health problems can be found in families living in poverty, as well as low levels of social support (Baydar, Reid, & Webster-Stratton, 2003; Evans, 2004; NCCAN, 1996).
Programs that address multiple risk factors across various levels of analysis appear to be the most effective in preventing child maltreatment (Daro & Donnelly, 2002; Evans, 2004; Hecht & Hansen, 2001; NCCAN, 1996).
Department of Health and Human Services, NCCAN is the nation's premiere conference on child abuse and neglect.