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5 Possible Future Directions
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... 7. How do we reach families that do not come to primary health care settings?
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... For example, he said, families concerned about putting food on the table or juggling multiple jobs and appointments will not be able to participate fully in the intervention unless these needs are also addressed. Examples of ways to support families include providing child care and food at the intervention site.
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... Pamela A Matson, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, added that each state could have someone in charge of leveraging the money from opioid settlements and coordinating with other people and agencies in the state, including primary health care providers.
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... 46 FAMILY-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS right settings, using the right messaging to engage all families. Youth and families need these interventions, Walker-Harding concluded, and she is eager to take forward the messages from this workshop.

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