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Title: The Innovation Issue: New Initiatives in New York Child Welfare
Other Titles: Child welfare watch, vol 11
Contributors: White, Andrew
Katz, Alyssa
Keywords: Abused children—Services for—New York (City)
Foster children—Care—Government policy—New York (City)
Social work administration—New York (City)
Issue Date: Jul-2005
Publisher: Center for New York City Affairs, The New School
Place of Publication: New York
Series/Report no.: Child Welfare Watch, Summer 2005, Vol. 11
Description: This issue of Child Welfare Watch reports on innovations in the child welfare system that have resulted in fewer children being placed in foster care and reinvesting funds saved from the shrinking foster care system into support services for families who are at risk of losing their children to foster care, or who have moved back in with children who had been taken away.
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