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Biden’s Child Welfare Chief Meets Foster Youth, Calling for Cash Grants and Promising to Address Systemic Racism
Kids in Foster Care to Have Own Attorneys Under New Arizona Law
Arizona on Wednesday became the latest state to require that children involved in abuse or neglect cases be appointed an attorney to represent their best interest.
A New Direction for Los Angeles CASA Program: Fighting Systemic Bias
This week, Charity Chandler-Cole will start her new job as chief executive officer of Los Angeles County’s court-appointed special advocates, or CASA.
Mandated Reporters Need Training on Context, Critical Thinking
Around the country, child welfare systems large and small have built a front door to child protection that relies heavily on information provided to the state from the public, especially from “mandated reporters” such as school officials, doctors and police officers.
‘Incorrigibility’ Label Eliminated from New York’s Child Welfare Law
$100 Million Investment in Housing for Homeless Youth Moving in California Legislature
‘People with First-Hand Experience Should be at the Forefront of Policy Reform’
Parent-empowerment Group Rise Names New Leadership Duo
Rise, a New York City-based group dedicated to giving a voice to and empowering parents involved in the child welfare system, has named two co-leaders who will take the helm in July when founder Nora McCarthy formally steps down.
State Homeless Programs Underserve California Youth, Report Says
Homelessness is a huge black eye on the face of California, and youth homelessness is an oft-overlooked aspect of the scourge, according to a new report from John Burton Advocates for Youth.