The development of family centres is of importance in the work of the Children's Society and other voluntary organizations, as well as the statutory sector, particularly following the Children Act. But are they an effective way of providing services for families with young children? This study of users' views in six family centres, carried out between 1988 and 1992, attempts to answer that question. Based on data from questionnaires, interviews and observation, the study describes users' views on bringing up young children in the six areas. It also gives their views on the aims and impact of the centres, and the extent of user participation.
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