Supports, Not Just Services: Talking Child Welfare Response with Chapin Hall’s Bryan Samuels
On this week’s podcast we discuss the recent dismissal of lawsuits in Ohio and West Virginia, new research on the prevalence of child protection investigations, and a local investigation into “hidden foster care” that might make waves.
Bryan Samuels, executive director of Chapin Hall, joins us to discuss the Family First Act, race and poverty, congregate care and his organization’s new policy brief on including more concrete and economic supports in child welfare.
Judges Toss Class Actions Against Ohio, West Virginia
Nearly Half of Children Experience CPS Investigations For Abuse And Neglect Before 18, New Estimates For Large Counties Show
Contact with Child Protective Services Is Pervasive but Unequally Distributed by Race and Ethnicity in Large US Counties
NC County Illegally Removed Kids from Homes
Key Supervisor Pleads guilty in DSS Family Separation Scheme
Addressing Economic Hardship Key to Preventing Child Welfare System Involvement