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February 2004Vol. 5, No. 1Call for Articles on Transitioning Children to New Caregivers

The National Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource Center is soliciting articles for the Fall 2004 issue of its newsletter, The Source. The theme of this issue will be helping children affected by substance abuse and/or HIV transition to new caregivers. Submitted articles should describe effective strategies, services, and programs that support and assist children before, during, and after the transition. Articles also may focus on transitional support provided to caregivers and siblings. Abstracts of 150 to 200 words are due Friday, February 13, to Amy Price, Editor (

The Source is a biannual newsletter distributed to more than 2,500 administrators, policy makers, and direct line staff. It is available online at