Treatment Progress of Substance Dependent Mothers and Their Children at Family House
Women and their children live together at Family House, Eagleville Hospital and Rehabilitation Center’s residential treatment program founded in 1975. Family House was created to provide a necessary treatment alternative for the female addict with children.
KeywordsChild Care Parenting Program Sibling Rivalry Treatment Progress Lawn Care
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