Investing in Gang Leaders to Fight Poverty
On this week’s episode we discuss some of the Biden administration’s early hires for key positions at the Administration for Children and Families, which oversees family support and child welfare in the federal government.
Michelle Caldeira, the senior vice president of College Bound Dorchester, joins us to discuss a plan to invest in a new trajectory for gang leaders in Boston as an antipoverty strategy.
“How Foster Families Are Coping”: A webinar to discuss findings from a survey of foster and resource families about the pandemic.
JooYeun Chang Joins Biden Child Welfare Team
Biden Starts to Fill in Leadership at Administration for Children and Families
As Hotline Calls Plummeted, Michigan Did Some Dialing of Its Own
$400 Million In Coronavirus Relief for Foster Youth Heads to States
Confusion Among State Agencies Delays Vaccines for New York Foster Youth In Congregate Care