Project Overview
— Mission, Goals, and Strategies
— UNC-CH School of Social Work
— 14 Participating NC Counties
— FAQs

Success Stories
— Finding and Spreading Success

Rural Families in Transition
— A 22-minute presentation

Media Outreach Guide
— Enhance communication with your community

Project Presentation
— made at the 31st National Institute on Social Work and Human Services in Rural Areas, Bowling Green, KY, Aug. 19-21, 2006

Literature Review
— On rural child welfare work

Contact Us
Rural Success Project
Tate - Turner - Kuralt Building
301 Pittsboro Street
CB# 3550
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3550
Phone: (828) 670-5051
Fax: (828) 670-5053
[email protected]


Last revised: Dec. 4, 2007

Welcome to the website for the Rural Success Project, which seeks to identify and share the strategies rural communities are using to protect children and help families succeed.

Funded at the federal level by the U.S. Children's Bureau, this project is a partnership between the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work and 14 North Carolina counties and the Eastern Band of the Cherokee.

Our focus is on your success.

Project Overview provides general information about this effort and the communities participating in it.

Success Stories. Rural families, communities, and child welfare practitioners have amazing strengths. Learn what we are doing to collect and share the stories and strategies that have brought them success.

Media Outreach Guide for rural child welfare agencies.

© 2007 UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work

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