Unmarried Mothers: A Follow-Up Study of Twenty-Eight Girls Served by Catholic Charities, Diocese of Rockville Center, New York
The findings of this study show that Catholic Charities is able to offer through its Unmarried Mother Program those services which the professional field of social work sees as essential for providing assistance to those girls bearing an out of wedlock child. Yet the present structure of the program does not offer shelter or adoption services and must use other agencies so that it is unable to provide for a total service within the program and the responsibilities and planning for the welfare of the unmarried mother must be jointly shared with other agencies.
Womens studies|Individual & family studies|Social work
Gleason, Mary Elizabeth, "Unmarried Mothers: A Follow-Up Study of Twenty-Eight Girls Served by Catholic Charities, Diocese of Rockville Center, New York" (1966). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29281824.