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(p. 246) One-to-One Support Interventions: Home Visitation and Mentoring 

(p. 246) One-to-One Support Interventions: Home Visitation and Mentoring
(p. 246) One-to-One Support Interventions: Home Visitation and Mentoring

John Eckenrode

and Stephen Hamilton

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date: 01 April 2020

This chapter discusses social support interventions that seek to temporarily graft a relationship onto a person's existing social network in the form of one-to-one support interventions. In these instances, the role of the professional is expanded to include the provision of informal types of social support in the context of a more personal relationship. These interventions are also distinguished from programs that focus on assisting existing network members to provide more effective support to a person in need, such as a spouse, child, parent, or friend.

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