Foster Care Prevention & Group Care Limits: The Family First Act Takes Effect
On this week’s podcast we discuss the end of some pandemic protections for current and former foster youth, what Canada’s reckoning with history on Native American children portends for America; exits from big lawsuits, and office-seekers of note in Alaska and Los Angeles.
Zach Laris, director of federal advocacy and child welfare policy for the American Academy of Pediatrics, joins us for a deep dive on the Family First Prevention Services Act, which fully took effect in all states last week.
Next Week, Thousands of Foster Youth Will Age Out on the Same Day
Several States Issue Second Round of Foster Youth Pandemic Assistance
Indigenous children in Canada slated to receive billions in compensation after court rejects Trudeau appeal
Bill To establish the Truth and Healing Commission on Indian Boarding School Policies in the United States
Bureau of Indian Affairs Listening Sessions Registration
Former state Rep. Les Gara becomes fourth candidate for Alaska’s governor
California Rep. Karen Bass Joins Los Angeles Mayoral Race