We look forward to working with practitioners and applied researchers to share quality work, and foster a learning community that will contribute to ongoing advancements in the broad field of Community Psychology Practice. Please share with the practice community, your knowledge, insights and accomplishments, along with innovations that may help communities throughout the world.
We are glad to consider anything you wish to propose. For ideas, please see previously published Issues. The management team of the Journal will consider your request, and respond quickly.
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