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  • Oklahoma

SOME HEADWAY BEING MADE IN FOSTER CARE (01.11.18)

In their latest report, measuring progress through June 30, 2017, DHS noted that the co-neutrals said the agency had made "discernable progress" in its reform efforts and is making good-faith efforts to achieve notable and ongoing progress in most areas the agency is working to improve.

January 11, 2018|Media Articles, Oklahoma|
  • Oklahoma

BUDGET CRISIS COULD DISRUPT ‘FRAGILE’ IMPROVEMENTS IN CHILD WELFARE, MONITOR OF DHS PLAN SAY (01.10.18)

The report shows DHS made good-faith efforts to reach or sustain the goals in 24 of those areas and reserved judgment in seven other that fall into the categories of therapeutic foster care, shelter use and placement stability... The tenor of the report is positive toward the agency with a caution about how the ongoing state budget crisis could set back improvements and hinder reforms yet to be made.

January 10, 2018|Media Articles, Oklahoma|

NEW JERSEY GOVERNOR-ELECT TAPS CHRISTINE NORBUT BEYER TO HEAD CHILD WELFARE AGENCY (01.05.18)

Norbut Beyer returns to an agency that has made progress, but remains under federal oversight that stems from a class action lawsuit filed in 1999.

January 5, 2018|Media Articles, New Jersey|
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