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Rural Families Speak Project

Posted by angie.funaiole | December 18, 2015

As a part of multi-state longitudinal research, Dr. Yoshie Sano  is examining family well-being and functioning of rural low-income families. This 10-year-project takes a multidisciplinary approach and includes collaborators from 17 states. The project covers a wide variety of topics including childcare, community, economic well-being, ethnicity, family structure, food security, housing, parenting, physical and mental health, public policy, social support, and transportation. Learn more about the Rural Families Speak Project.

Washington State University