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CIT in Action
May 2008: Vol. 3, Issue 5
Feature Story: Forensic Peer Specialists: A Workforce for the Future
Contributor: LaVerne D. Miller, Esq.
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Advocacy Spotlight: CIT Grant-Writing TemplateProgram Structure
This template is designed to help you describe the structure of your CIT program. Please feel free to copy, paste and alter the text.
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