New York Tests Cash Assistance for Families Involved with CPS
New York is launching a pilot program to provide cash assistance to families who have been under investigation by CPS.
CPS Enforces Surveillance Rather Than Well-Being
Getting separated from families and dealing with CPS’s requirements isn't in the best interest of the families, writes Joel Swazo.
Texas Lawmaker’s Proposal Aims to Regulate ‘Hidden Foster Care’
Child Welfare Kidnapping Children from Black Parents
Child welfare is not always doing the best it can to protect children who need to be protected, writes Alexis Kramer.
The Double Standard of Doing Drugs and Removing Kids
How is justice served when people in power are involved in the same actions that are grounds for child removal?, writes Nicole Sawyer.
More Than A Third of Children Experience CPS Investigations For Abuse And Neglect Before 18, New Estimates For Large Counties Show
A new study estimated investigations into child abuse and neglect are more common than previously thought, especially for children of color.
We Shouldn’t Rely on Child Protective Services To Address Family Adversity
The Looming Housing Crisis and Child Protection Agencies
New York Governor Cuomo Vetoes Bill to Limit State’s Abuse and Neglect Registry
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) vetoed legislation late last week that would have expanded due process safeguards for parents accused of abusing or neglecting their children. The bill would have significantly reduced the time parents’ names must remain on a state database of child abuse and neglect claims.