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Home > Practice Areas > Parenting > Creating Parenting-Rich Communities

 
 

Data Sources on Parents

The goal of this web page is to help you locate the best sources of current, quality information on many different kinds of parents. This information will assist you in understanding the numbers of and issues facing parents as you draft policies and develop programs. This list will grow as the Creating Parenting-Rich Communities Initiative continues. Please check back often for updates.

 Parents in General  Parents with Developmental Disabilities
 Parents of Young Children, Birth to Age 5  Parents in Recovery from Substance Abuse
 Parents of School-Age Children, Ages 6-12  Parents of Children with Special Needs
 Parents of Teens and Young Adults, 13-20  Parents Affected by HIV/AIDS
 Single Parents (Divorced and Unmarried)  Teen Parents
 Step Parents  Adoptive Parents
 Fathers  Foster Parents
 African American Parents  Incarcerated Parents
 Hispanic/Latino Parents  Working Families/Parents
 Grandparents  Families/Parents Receiving Welfare
 Parents with Mental Illness  LGBTQ Parents



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