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Mentee Risk Status and Mentoring Program Practices as Predictors of Match Outcomes
(NCJ 251393) November 2017
Grant, 2 page(s)
Janis B. Kupersmidt
Archival national data from Big Brothers Big Sisters of America accompanied by program practice self-assessments and interviews from 45 local agencies revealed that greater implementation of benchmark program practices and standards is associated with longer match length and long-term relationships for matches.
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