Child Trafficking Victims Fall Prey To Partisan Divisiveness
Upon hearing the term “human trafficking,” most Americans envision foreign nationals who have been smuggled into the United States to engage in sex work within our borders. While this situation is common and grave, it is important for Americans to know that the trafficking of American citizens is on the rise right here at home.
New Mexico Psychiatric Center to Undergo Change
By Andrew Keltner It was back in August 2012 that employees of the Sequoyah Treatment Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico, wrote then administrator Anita Westbrook a “memorandum of concern” citing grievances considered ”improper, if not unlawful acts” being carried out at the center.
California Bill Would Have Judges Curb Psychotropics among Foster Youth
By Isaac Smith After a year of scathing indictments by the media and advocates concerning the overuse of psychotropic drugs on foster children, the legislature responded with a flood of bills aimed at strengthening the safeguards for the prescription of psychological medications to foster youth.