Tag: Child Welfare Services

The Crooked Path to Reunification

by
McKenna Murray, FCNI staff
June, 26, 2020 -

While growing up, I think I had an above-average level of exposure to the foster care system. I had close family members and multiple friends who fostered and/or adopted kids. Also, two of my best friends in high school had been in foster care.

Rethinking Foster Parent Recruitment & Retention

by
Jim Roberts
May, 26, 2015 -

How well I still remember one of the anthems of my generation “… For the times they are a changin’.” And yes, how applicable these words continue to be; especially in our world of Child, Youth and Family Services. It seems that the past One and half decades has been a blur of major public policy and service delivery paradigm shifts—but, these are changes for the better.

Society's Bellwether

The Care & Treatment of Children
by
Jim Roberts
April, 6, 2015 -

Nelson Mandela said it simply and profoundly, "There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children." In a country as wealthy, ingenious and resourceful as the United States, one would think that our Care and Treatment of Children would be stellar, the very best. But that’s just not the case. Truth is, using Mr. Mandela’s axiom, I think America has lost its “soul.”

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