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Child Welfare Journal

Circulation: approximately 7,000

Launched in 1921, this scholarly, bimonthly journal will keep you abreast of the special problems facing millions of children--children who are homeless, abused, new to this country, severely disabled. These are the children who rely on caring professionals to help. Child Welfare links the latest findings in child welfare and related research with the best practice, policy, and program development into one innovative resource equally indispensable to child welfare and associated professionals.

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Children's Voice Magazine

Circulation: nearly 20,000

Devoted to promoting the well being of children and families, this colorful magazine contains intriguing feature stories as well as articles addressing the practical need of its readers as caring front-line professionals, agency executives, foster and adoptive parents, and child and family advocates. Articles highlight achievements of child-and family-serving agencies, national trends, and controversial, emerging issues with an emphasis on exciting, useful news!

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