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Traditional practice models of family support often lack a community focus. Increasingly, human service professionals who work with families focus their intervention and prevention efforts on the communities in which families live and work. The Family Advocacy Division of the United States Air Force recently revised its program standards to address community issues in an effort to strengthen families through communitybased prevention activities. This article presents a basic framework designeddoi:10.1300/j125v08n02_01 fatcat:lqamvux2wnefvfnk46forghobe