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FIGURE 40–1. Family center schema for treatment of drug dependency in the perinatal period and aftercare.

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FIGURE 40–1. Family center schema for treatment of drug dependency in the perinatal period and aftercare.Note. DHHS = Department of Health and Human Services; DPW = Department of Public Welfare; WIC = Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.Source. Adapted from Finnegan et al. 1991.

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