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Read the Latest Issue of Children's Voice Online

10/4/2005:   To learn more about the hottest topics, best practices, and latest research in child welfare, child and family experts turn to Children's Voice, CWLA's colorful national magazine.

In the September/October issue, read about work being done in child welfare to address children missing from care; learn how two young women have devoted time to volunteer, and even write books, for children in need; and peruse tips for child welfare agencies on socially responsible investing. In addition, read about new and innovative agency programs, state-by-state news, and the latest CWLA activities.

Due to a printing delay, the September/October Voice has not yet mailed to members and subscribers, but the entire issue can be read online at www.cwla.org/voice/.

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