New York City Administration for Children’s Services
New York Appeals Court Case Focuses on Non-abusive Parent Being Subjected to Home Supervisions
In a New York appeals court, a Brooklyn mother and her lawyers are challenging CPS supervision of her home after she was physically abused.
New York High Court Favors Out-of-State Parents Seeking Custody of Foster Children
This week, the New York’s highest court struck down regulatory hurdles that kept foster youth separated from out-of-state parents.
‘Weaponizing’ Calls to CPS Hotline: New York Legislation Would Deter False Reports
New York lawmakers are deciding whether to pass legislation that would reduce false allegations made to the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment.
New York Lawmakers Clash with State Courts over New Congregate Care Rule
Nearly fifty New York state lawmakers have expressed legal, policy and fiscal concerns with a new court rule increasing oversight of group homes for foster children.
NYC’s ‘Home Away from Home’ as a Roadmap to Recruit Foster Parents Across the Country
It takes a special type of person to step forward to be a foster parent. There’s no greater responsibility than caring for children who have been placed in foster care after experiencing abuse or neglect in their homes.