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Implementing North Carolina Baby Love Maternal Outreach Workers Program
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Model implementation summary last updated: 2012
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Training to support implementation
Pre-service staff training
MOWs had to complete a 60-hour training program provided by the state. The training covered the following topics: relationship building, communication, problem solving, social support, needs assessments, health education, referrals, and advocacy.
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