Texas Supreme Court Allows Child Abuse Investigations into Families of Transgender Teens to Continue
The state child welfare agency in Texas can once again investigate families that provide gender-affirming care
Texas Legislature Digs Into Problems at Child Protective Agency
The Texas Legislature is ramping up its oversight of the state’s child welfare agency amid ongoing revelations of children harmed in government care and repeated condemnations from the federal courts.
Affluent America Gets a Wake-up Call on CPS Intrusion
Richard Wexler writes that white, middle-class families who face CPS investigations experience less intrusion than more marginalized families.
Bill Would Help States Track Down Missing Foster Children
A bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. Senate aims to address the issue of children missing from the foster care system.
Texas Judges Aim to Better Serve Teens Caught Between Foster Care and Juvenile Justice
In an aim to better serve dual status youth, three county courts in Texas will use a "one family, one judge" model for children involved with the child welfare and youth justice systems.
The Veiled Epidemic: Confronting Mental Health Challenges in the Foster Care System
I hid my mental health struggles because of judgment from others about whether one is “stable” or not, writes Nileh Irsan.
This is Not How You Fix Things
During a public meeting of the Texas Family and Protective Services Council, Kayden Asher was one of scores of people speaking in support of transgender youth.
The Imprint Tracks Political Actions Against LGBTQ Youth in Texas
As leaders in Texas take actions against LGBTQ youth and their families, The Imprint follows developments.