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Parents Learn Plan A, B and C to Solve Their Children's Behavior Problems

Youth Villages, a national nonprofit organization helping more than 23,000 children, young people and families this year is using evidence-based Collaborative Problem Solving as part of a sweeping rethinking about what really makes kids act out, get into trouble with alcohol, drugs or sex, or even turn to violence or suicide. The partnership with Think: Kids includes a research component to further the evidence base in how to best help the most vulnerable children.
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