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CWLA Submits Comments Opposing Public Charge Changes

Shaquita Ogletree On Friday, December 7, CWLA submitted comments in response to the proposed changes that would penalize immigrant families who seek assistance meeting their basic needs. The “public charge” test is designed to identify

Capitol Hill Briefing on Prevention of Child Abuse

Shaquita Ogletree On Tuesday, December 4, the American Psychological Association (APA) and Partners for Children co-hosted the congressional briefings on Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) in the House (a subsequent meeting was held

LAST WEEK IN CHILD WELFARE

From the Next Children’s Voice: Building the Bridge

Building the Bridge: Parent Partner Coordinators Help to Close the Gap between Parents and Child Welfare This article will appear in the upcoming spring 2019 issue of Children's Voice.  by Sarah Vogelsong Sara

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