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         North Carolina Family Programs:     more books (56)
  1. A community college family history program: The North Carolina experience by Maurice R Stirewalt, 1980
  2. Evaluability assessment of North Carolina's family preservation services program: Final report by Raymond S Kirk, 1993
  3. North Carolina programs serving young children and their families by Pam Silberman, 1999
  4. The 1996 Federal Welfare Reform in North Carolina: The Politics of Bureaucratic Behavior (Mellen Studies in Social Work, 3) by Andrew W. Dobelstein, 2002-05
  5. Birth through kindergarten teacher training. (North Carolina's new licensure program): An article from: Childhood Education by Virginia L. Myers, Harold C. Griffin, et all 1998-03-22
  6. Families & the North Carolina Smart Start Initiative by Betsy Lowman, 1997
  7. Evaluation of an educational program with part-time farm families: Transylvania County, North Carolina, 1955-1960 (North Carolina extension evaluation studies) by J. Gilbert Hardee, 1963
  8. Program development with part-time farm families: A five year evaluation (North Carolina Extension evaluation studies) by J. Gilbert Hardee, 1963
  9. The advocate's guide to assistance programs in North Carolina: A complete reference for the professional to help the poor, the elderly, and the disabled get the benefits they need by Jane R Wettach, 1993
  10. Resource guide to foundation funding for programs in North Carolina concerned with domestic violence by John Mandeville, 1986
  11. Family planning dollars & sense: The economic and human values--for counties and couples--of tax-supported family planning programs by Winfield Best, 1976
  12. Special ways for special days: A manual outlining the proper planning and carrying out of programs and special day events by Josephine R Gallagher, 1976
  13. Project PACT (parent and child together) final performance report (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:333125) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1989
  14. Final performance report Project PACT (Parent and Child Together) : Scotland County Memorial Library, P.O. Box 369, Laurinburg, NC (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:333125) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1992

1. North Carolina Academy Of Family Physicians
Association of family doctors. Features information on the academy and foundation, doctor portal, Category Regional north America Health Physicians and Clinics...... of its membership and the citizens of north carolina to encompass many programs,such asTar Wars®, Loans and Scholarships, and the family Externship Program.
The North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians, founded in 1948, is a professional association representing more than 2500 family physicians, family practice residents and medical students, and is the largest family practice organization in the state of North Carolina.
Thirty years ago, the Academy established a series of small trusts in recognition of distinguished leaders who were deceased. In 1985, a formal entity was created, the Family Health Foundation of North Carolina, affiliated with the American Academy of Family Physicians' philanthropic arm. The evolution of transitioning to a public charitable trust was accomplished in 1990, when the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians Foundation was recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) public charity.
Advocacy and educational programs of the Academy and Foundation ultimately improve health care for all citizens of North Carolina.
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2. Family & Consumer Sciences
Extension service offering educational programs delivered by county extension educators, and focus on the strengthening and sustaining families within the community.
Site Map Search Contact Us T he Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is presently a 100% Extension department within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences . Educational programs are delivered by the county Extension educators and focus on the strengthening and sustaining families within the the community. One of the goals for this department is to develop a Master's Degree program. It is anticipated that students can be admitted to this program by Spring 04. The areas listed below are the major program areas in Family and Consumer Sciences. These are guided by our program's Long Range Plan You can return to this page or jump to any other program area at any time from the links on the title bar above.
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3. Butterflies Found In North Carolina!
Online Guide for butterflies found in north carolina including photos of 100+ species of live butterflies. Butterfly Screensavers. Butterfly Slide programs. Butterfly Quiz. Dragonflies of NC Butterflies of north carolina! Swallowtails (family Papilionidae). Swallowtails (Subfamily
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Search Query Butterflies of North Carolina! Swallowtails (Family Papilionidae) Swallowtails (Subfamily Papilioninae) Pipevine Swallowtail (Battus philenor)
Zebra Swallowtail (Eurytides marcellus)

Black Swallowtail (Papilio polyxenes)

Giant Swallowtail (Papilio cresphontes)
Palamedes Swallowtail (Papilio palamedes)
Whites and Sulphurs (Family Pieridae) Whites (Subfamily Pierinae) Checkered White (Pontia protodice) West Virginia White (Pieris virginiensis) Cabbage White (Pieris rapae) Great Southern White (Ascia monuste) ... Falcate Orangetip (Anthocharis midea) Sulphurs (Subfamily Coliadinae) Clouded Sulphur (Colias philodice) Orange Sulphur (Colias eurytheme) Southern Dogface (Colias [Zerene] cesonia) Cloudless Sulphur (Phoebis sennae) ... Orange-barred Sulphur (Phoebis philea) Barred Yellow (Eurema daira) Little Yellow (Eurema lisa) Sleepy Orange (Eurema nicippe) Dainty Sulphur (Nathalis iole) Gossamer-wing Butterflies (Family Lycaenidae)
Harvesters (Subfamily Miletinae)
Harvester (Feniseca tarquinius) Coppers (Subfamily Lycaeninae) American Copper (Lycaena phlaeas) Hairstreaks (Subfamily Theclinae) Great Purple Hairstreak (Atlides halesus) Coral Hairstreak (Satyrium titus) Edwards' Hairstreak (Satyrium edwardsii) Banded Hairstreak (Satyrium calanus) Hickory Hairstreak (Satyrium caryaevorum)

4. NC DOA-Family Caregiver Support Program
family Caregiver Support programs in north carolina. (All submissionsare listed alphabetically.) Program's Name. A LongTerm Care
The North Carolina Family Caregiver Support Program
Dedicated to Improving Services for Family Caregivers Home Division of Aging Public Relations Contact Us ... Caregivers and Professionals
Family Caregiver Support Programs in North Carolina
(All submissions are listed alphabetically.) Program's Name A Long-Term Care Plan for North Carolina: Final Report Location Contact Brief Description These pages give estimates of care and unmet need among elderly living in the community with impairments in activities of daily living. Recommended by Dennis Streets Tel / E-Mail Affiliation NC Department of Health and Human Services
Division of Aging Program's Name Adult Center for Enrichment/Shepherd's Center Location Greensboro Contact Ann K. Umstead Brief Description Focuses on family caregivers support, advocacy, education, and information. Volunteer caregivers from faith community. Respite care by volunteers. Recommended by Ann K. Umstead

5. The Mountain Retreat &Learning Centers, Inc.
Independent affiliate of the Unitarian Universalist Association located near Highlands, north carolina. Hosts diverse groups, retreats and events; provides youth, adult, and family camps and programs, and leadership training. programs, schedule, and registration forms.
A retreat center located high in the Blue Ridge of the Southern Appalachian Mountains,
Open year-round, The Mountain is available for groups for meetings, conferences, retreats and other events. The Mountain also offers excellent programming for all ages through its centers. Inspiration mixes with renewal as you challenge yourself to grow and learn.
3872 Dillard Road, P.O. Box 1299, Highlands, NC 28741

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6. North Carolina Family Practice Residency Programs
north carolina Mountain Area Health Education Center Program— Asheville.University of north carolina Hospitals Program— Chapel Hill.
North Carolina Mountain Area Health Education Center
Asheville University of North Carolina Hospitals
Chapel Hill Carolinas Medical Center
Charlotte Northeast Medical Center
Concord Duke University
Durham Duke University/
Southern Regional Area Health Education Center
Fayetteville Womack Army Medical Center
Fort Bragg Moses H Cone Memorial Hospital
Greensboro Pitt County Memorial Hospital/
East Carolina University Greenville Hendersonville Monroe New Hanover Regional Medical Center Wilmington Wake Forest University School of Medicine Winston-Salem

7. Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina
Dedicated to prevent child abuse before it happens by developing familyoriented, community-based prevention, awareness, education, and training programs. Parenting tips, signs of abuse, description of services, news and events.
is proud to support
Child Abuse Prevention Month!
Click here to see how you can support us this April. Every five minutes
…a child is abused or neglected in North Carolina
In about half of the cases, these children understand abuse before they learn to read. 25-40 children die each year in North Carolina as a result of abuse. Almost all criminals report having been abused as children. More than 100,000 children are reported to authorities each year in our state. 85% of the time the perpetrator of child abuse and neglect is a biological parent. Parents who were abused as children are six times more likely to abuse their own kids. Abuse and neglect do not discriminate by social, economic, or ethnic background. Together, we can stop it. We can stop child abuse. We know how. Help us to protect North Carolina’s kids by offering all parents in our state the option of receiving preventative services, either in their home or through community-based prevention efforts.
Working together for kids, families and communities

8. The University Of North Carolina At Pembroke
Offers programs in technology and management, and chemistry and science. With program overviews and research policies. provide bachelor's degree programs in Textile Technology, close friendships, the familylike environment, the student research projects, research programs in our two departments,
Text-only Version Disability Support Services
Judy Monroe named events coordinator more
UNCP's Outdoor Education Center is dedicated more Senator John Edwards is Commencement speaker more UNCP Responds to the Iraqi Crisis more University Newswire
Quick Links - Departments - Programs > QUICK LINKS Admissions -Undergraduate -Graduate Directions to Campus Campus Map Giving to UNCP Blackboard Gateway Sampson-Livermore Library ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Aerospace Studies (Air Force ROTC) American Indian Studies Art Arts and Sciences, College of Biology Business, School of Education, School of Graduate Studies History Honors College Mass Communications Military Science (Army ROTC) Music Nursing Program Teacher Education Program Teaching Fellows University-School Programs WNCP-TV ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS Academic Affairs Accounts Payable Admissions Undergraduate Graduate Advancement Alumni Relations Athletics Bookstore Bursar Business Affairs Business Services Career Services Center Cashier Center for Adult Learners Chancellor College Opportunity Program Controller Dining, University

9. Lenoir Memorial Hospital, North Carolina’s Premier Hospital And Family Birth Ce
programs Yoga Stress Management Class Class is held every Tuesday from 6 pm to630 pm in Looking for a way to slip some lowfat foods into your family's diet

10. Advanced Search
Fellowship Directory for family Physicians Fellowship programs in north carolinaFaculty Development Fellowship Univ of north carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.

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Fellowship Directory for Family Physicians

Fellowship Programs in NORTH CAROLINA Faculty Development Fellowship - Univ of North Carolina Chapel Hill NC Faculty Development Fellowship - UNC Department of Family Medicine Chapel Hill NC Faculty Development Fellowship - Duke University Medical Center Durham NC Geriatrics Fellowship - ECU School of Medicine Greenville NC Research Fellowship - Univ. of North Carolina Chapel Hill NC Research Fellowship - Wake Forest Univ. School of Medicine Winston Salem NC Sports Medicine Fellowship - Duke University Medical Center Durham NC Sports Medicine Fellowship - The Moses H. Cone Greensboro NC Sports Medicine Fellowship - E. Carolina University Greenville NC Sports Medicine Fellowship - Wake Forest University Winston-Salem NC Preventive Medicine/Occupational Med Specialty Fellowship - Duke University Medical Center Durham NC Primary Care Women's Health Fellowship - E. Carolina University Greenville NC Fellowship Directory AAFP Home Page

11. Even Start Project Abstract - North Carolina
To improve the effectiveness of family literacy programs in north carolina by developingfamily literacy performance indicators; linking performance indicators
Mouseover preload - not necessary for function Skip Navigation Privacy, Security, Notices About ED A-Z Index ... Contact Us Search: Advanced My Profile Add to Bookmarks Inside SASA Home About SASA Contacts Related Topics ... OESE Home Even Start Project Abstract - North Carolina
Name of the Project Grantee Contact Even Start Statewide Family Literacy Coordinator North Carolina Family Literacy Consortium Dr. Randy Whitfield, State Director of Adult Basic Skills North Carolina Community College System 200 West Jones Street Raleigh NC 27603-1379 Tel: (919)733-7051 and Fax: (919)715-5794 E-mail: Katie Waters, Family Literacy Consortium Coordinator North Carolina Community College System 5024 Mail Service Center Raleigh NC 27699-5024 Tel: (919)733-7051 and Fax: (919)715-5794 Even Start Statewide Family Literacy Initiative Project Goals/Objectives
  • To formalize the existing alliance of public and private agencies into a sustainable North Carolina Family Literacy Consortium that coordinates and integrates activities from Federal, State, and local resources and strengthens and expands family literacy services throughout the State To improve the effectiveness of family literacy programs in North Carolina by developing family literacy performance indicators; linking performance indicators for adult, early childhood and parenting education; and by drafting new indicators as necessary; to adopt performance indicators for required use in Even Start Family Literacy programs

12. Joan T. Pennell
First Nations/Native American programs, criminal justice On family group conferencing,she has provided staff training in north carolina, New York

Joan Pennell
Social Work Program
North Carolina State University
Box 7639
Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.A. Phone: (919) 513-0008 FAX: (919) 515-4403 e-mail: Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research , Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania M.S.W. Dalhousie University, Maritime School of Social Work , Halifax, Nova Scotia A.B. , 1971, cum laude, Earlham College , Richmond, Indiana Teaching and Administration Joan Pennell is a Professor and the Director in the North Carolina State University Social Work Program where she teaches social work undergraduates and carries out training and evaluation in Family Group Conferencing. In addition, she is an Adjunct Professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada) School of Social Work, where she supervises doctoral students and has served as the Interim Director and the chair of the Ph.D. Studies Program. Previously, she taught at the University of Manitoba Faculty of Social Work in Winnipeg. Her curriculum development within Social Work has included diploma (Inuit), bachelor, masters, and doctoral programs and emphasizes interconnecting practice, policy, and research. As well, she has taught social service employees, field instructors, and students in both Womens' Studies and Psychology. Research and Publications Community Research as Empowerment: Feminist Links, Postmodern Interruptions

13. Programs Of Excellence By States
north carolina, north carolina Natural Resources Leadership South carolina, -Public Issues Management School. V. family Leadership and Resource Management.
List of Relevant Programs of Excellence by States
I. Youth Leadership and Youth Development
Alabama - Students Promoting Action: Community Education (SPACE) Arkansas - Youth Leadership Program Arizona - Project SOAR: Youth at Risk
- Leadership Rap California - Understanding How Kids Learn and What You Can Do to Help Colorado - Volunteer Development for Community Partners Connecticut - CT 4-H Volunteer Program Hawaii - Youth 4-H: The Conservation Awareness Program Iowa - Iowa State 4-H Youth Leadership Institute Nebraska - 4-H VISTA Program: Volunteers to Service to America New Jersey - New Jersey 4-H Youth as Partners Conference Ohio - Ohio State 4-H Leadership Camp South Carolina - Teaching Kids About the Environment (KATE)
- Youth Palmetto Leadership Texas - 4-H Partnership Development Action Plan Wisconsin - Developing Wisconsin Youth/Adult Community Partnerships West Virginia - Volunteer Leadership Development
II. Community Leadership
Louisiana - Community Leadership and Economic Development Program North Carolina - Community Voices: Leadership Development for Community Decision Making Ohio - Community Leadership Development South Carolina - Palmetto Leadership Washington - Partners in Promoting Strengths Training Model Wisconsin - Leadership Barron County
- The Leadership Institute: Empowering Community Education Leaders
- Wisconsin Rural Leadership Program
- Milwaukee County: Leadership Development Program

14. Family Preservation And Reunification: Resources - What Works - July 2000 - Case
north carolina FGC Project, based out of the University of north carolina. also includesextensive information on a variety family centered programs.
Home Current issue Parental Involvement In Education
November 2000

Practices that work

Archives ... Family Preservation and Reunification

July 2000

Practices that work

Independent living

March 2000
Practices that work Resources Teen pregnancy prevention October 1999 Focus Practices that work Resources Family foster care August 1999 Focus Practices that work Resources Linking Requirements ...
  • Homebuilders Articles Available on the Web A review of family preservation and family reunification programs (Bell, 1995), this is a comprehensive article Websites National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice This site from the U of Iowa has an extensive library of resource materials for planning, training, and evaluation of Family Preservation and Reunification programs. Family Support America Information about and for Family Support programs. Training Family Reunification Family Reunification: Strengthening Family Connections Training offered by National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice Books Family Preservation Berry, M. (1997).
  • 15. Breakthrough Series Collaborative
    Director of Practice Research for Casey family programs. north carolina, CatawbaCounty Social Services; Ohio County Department of Children and family Services;

    CNC Home Recruitment Breakthrough Series Collaborative: Recruiting and Retaining Resource Families
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    Casey Family Programs National Center for Resource Family Support, together with the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, is sponsoring this Breakthrough Series Collaborative on Recruiting and Retaining Resource Families. In this Breakthrough Series Collaborative (BSC), public child welfare agencies and Tribes that share a commitment to improving the way they recruit and retain resource families, including foster, kinship, and adoptive families, and to making major, rapid changes that will produce breakthrough results, will be brought together to share knowledge, challenges, and successes. Each selected public child welfare agency or Tribe has put together a team that will work together to make changes and implement new systems over the course of one year. The teams from across the country will be guided and mentored by experts in the field as they study, test, and implement the latest knowledge and evidence available. All participating four-person teams will come together for three two-day Learning Sessions and will be expected to test changes and measure the impact of these changes between the Learning Sessions. Please review the Collaborative Charter (below) for more specific information about this project.

    16. Programs: Cooperative Agreements: Family And Community Violence Prevention Progr
    north carolina University of north carolina at Pembroke family Life Center. TitleUniversity of north carolina at Pembroke family Life Center.
    North Carolina: University of North Carolina at Pembroke Family Life Center
    University of North Carolina at Pembroke
    P.O. Box 1510
    Pembroke, NC 28372
    Phone: (910) 522-0070/1304
    Fax: (910) 522-1451
    Title: University of North Carolina at Pembroke Family Life Center FLC Director: Sylvia Sanderson Age Group:

    17. Programs: Cooperative Agreements: Family And Community Violence Prevention Progr
    north carolina A T State University School of Nursing has the supervision of the FamilyLife Empowerment intervention program that offers programs and services
    North Carolina: Reach for Success
    1020 E. Wendover Avenue, Suite 206
    Greensboro, NC 27411
    Phone: (336) 334-4541/3824
    Fax: (336) 334-4503
    Title: Reach for Success FLC Director: Jennifer Bynum Age Group: 12 to 18

    18. The North Carolina State Bar
    Program consists of two separate programs that provide FRIENDS offers assistanceto any north carolina lawyer who FRIENDS may also help family members find

    PALS volunteers

    FRIENDS volunteer
    Visit the Lawyer Assistance Program website at: Lawyer Assistance Program Q: What is the Lawyer Assistance Program? The Lawyer Assistance Program consists of two separate programs that provide confidential assistance to impaired lawyers. The PALS program (Positive Action for Lawyers) provides assistance to lawyers suffering from alcoholism, substance abuse, or other chemical addictions. The FRIENDS program is a new program of the State Bar. FRIENDS will assist lawyers who suffer from depression and other mental conditions that may impair the ability to practice law. See 27 NCAC 1D, Section .0600. PALS A full-time professional director who is a lawyer trained in the treatment of chemical dependency administers PALS. (The PALS director is also the director of the Lawyers Assistance Program.)

    19. North Carolina School-Age Care Coalition - Links
    4H Youth Development Department at north carolina State University has their effectivenessand the effectiveness of their programs. family Child Care Links.
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    The NC 4-H School-Age Care Project

    Since 1989 the North Carolina 4-H Youth Development Department at North Carolina State University has supported 4-H agents in developing after school programs for families and children. The primary objectives of the NC 4-H School-Age Care Project are to increase the availability of after school programs and improve the quality of existing after school programs.
    Afterschool Alliance
    The Alliance was formed on the belief that afterschool programs are critical to children and families today, and that the need for programs is not adequately addressed. As many as 15 million children have no place to go after the school bell rings. These children are at significant risk of getting poor grades, being victims of crime, or participating in anti-social behaviors that have grave consequences and costs to society. They are also missing significant opportunities to learn and grow.

    20. School Of Nursing @ UNC-Chapel Hill : DEGREE PROGRAMS
    Degree programs, DEPARTMENTS, DIRECTORIES, RESEARCH, HOME. Bachelor of Science inNursing. Children's Health (NNP, PNP, CNS). Primary Carefamily Nurse Practitioner.
    level = "../graphics/"; Degree Programs Bachelor of Science in Nursing Master of Science in Nursing Adult Nurse Practitioner Health Care Systems Children's Health (NNP, PNP, CNS) Primary Care-Family Nurse Practitioner ... Women's Health Options for RNs RN to BSN RN to MSN Post Master's Program Adult Nurse Practitioner Health Care Systems Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Pediatric Nurse Practitioner ... Doctoral Program Pre or Post Doctoral Fellowships Predoctoral Fellowship Postdoctoral Fellowship School of Nursing, UNC-CH

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