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Asked 29th Jan, 2016

Would you know of any guidance and counselling program that is family-based, specifically, for economically-marginalized families?

I am interested to know if there are existing family-based guidance interventions, wherein the interventionists work with families in grassroot communities. Thanks!
2nd Feb, 2016
Francesco Ricci
Azienda Unità Sanitaria Locale Toscana Sudest
In Italy we have a project to help families called P.I.P.P.I.. You can find information here : https://elearning.unipd.it/progettopippi/
A sort of PIPPI is worldwide used coming from the project "Looking after children". 
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