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When Children Suffer: California to Funnel Billions into Mental Health Overhaul
The Newsom administration plans to spend $4.4 billion addressing mental health needs among young people. But will it come soon enough?
New York Legislature Unites Behind $3 Billion Pitch for Child Care
New York City Mayor Proposes Investments in Foster Youth and Summer Jobs for Teens
In his budget plan for 2023, New York City Mayor Eric Adams pledged to invest millions of dollars in support for foster youth transitioning to adulthood and summer job opportunities for young people.
LA Leaders Order Sweeping Investigation of Toddler Gravely Abused in Foster Home
Cuomo Harassment Condemned by Head of New York’s State Agency for Children and Families
On Aug. 5, Commissioner Sheila Poole of the Office of Children and Family Services emailed her staff condemning Cuomo’s actions, but stopped short of calling for his resignation.
Alabama Youth Ranch Celebrates the Lives of Eight Children Killed in Fiery Traffic Crash
New York City Mayor Announces Major Expansion of Foster Care Early Prevention Program
New York City will expand an experimental approach to preventing child abuse and neglect, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday, describing it as key to the city’s COVID-19 recovery and his broader efforts to address racial equity before the end of his term early next year.
Chauvin Guilty Verdict: ‘Today we mourn. Tonight we dream. Tomorrow, we continue the fight’
U.S., Washington State Settle Discrimination Case on Services for the Deaf
Hearing-impaired parents from at least two Washington state families were denied their right to have sign language interpreters available to them in their fights to keep the state from taking away their kids, according to a settlement agreement announced Monday between the federal government and the state.