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Top Ten Actions Florida Can Take to Eliminate the Unnecessary Use of Psychotropic Medications
This report examines how Florida’s system of child representation evolved, which children are supposed to get representation today, and which communities provide counsel to children. It also provides a list of the programs that provide counsel for children in each judicial circuit and shows what percentage of children in each community potentially have access to […]
This paper surveys how other states handle the issue of continued communication between an adoptee and siblings and other relatives.
This paper dispels the myths that underlie the harmful practice of cutting off communication between adopted children and their siblings and other relatives.
Remarks, including specific recommendations for systemic improvement made to the Department of Children & Families Task Force for Child Protection which is studying and recommending improvements to Florida’s child welfare system. Delivered on September 20, 2007 by FCF Executive Director Andrea Moore.
This document contains FCF’s recommendations concerning key components of the charge to the Children and Youth Cabinet, including interagency coordination, preparing a children’s budget, and preparing child impact statements. Provided to the members of the Children and Youth Cabinet at their inaugural meeting on October 7, 2007 by FCF Executive Director Andrea Moore.
This report summarizes the recommendations and findings of the numerous experts who presented at FCF’s day long forum addressing strategies to help youth in state care succeed as adults through education and employment with a special section on youth with disabilities. Report of Proceedings on February 14, 2008.
March 11, 2011 First, every day, in every part of the state, at-risk children and families are provided high quality, appropriate and timely services by Florida’s child welfare system. As a consequence, families remain together or children who cannot live with their parents are placed in safe, loving and nurturing homes, and many children get […]