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James Irvine Foundation Announces New Grants

James Irvine Foundation San Francisco, California (415) 777- 2244 Youth-related grants announced: 2014 Los Angeles Small Schools Center Urban: Los Angeles $1.3 million – Youth, Linked Learning Practice To strengthen and expand a model regional […]

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Assessing Accessibility: Do Teens in Foster Care Have Access to the Full Range of Reproductive Health Care Services Under Medicaid?

This article considers one aspect of access by asking whether the full complement of reproductive health care services and education a teen may need is actually available to teens in foster care system. To address […]

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Transitioning to Adulthood: The Role of Supportive Relationships and Regular Religious Involvement

Prior research has suggested that there are positive connections between supportive relationships and religious involvement. None has talked about whether this carries from adolescence to adulthood, however. The purpose of this study is to research […]

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The Road To Safety For Our Children: Final Report from the Los Angeles County Blue Ribbon Commission On Child Protection

Stemming from the fate of Gabriel Fernandez, the Board of Supervisors in Los Angeles have come together to initiate a look into the child welfare sector in LA County. With this came a declared state […]

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Sierra Health Foundation, Grants Awarded, Mid-Year 2014

Sierra Health Foundation Sacramento, California (916) 285-1800 Grants Announced: April 2014 All Grantees located in the state of California. Amador Community College Foundation, Sutter Creek, $12,075 to facilitate post-secondary education and establish public mental health […]

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Entryway into the child protection system: The impacts of child maltreatment reporting policies and reporting system structures

This study was designed to assess the impacts of maltreatment reporting policies and reporting system structures on four aspects of entry into the child protection system (the maltreatment referral rate, the percentage of referrals screened […]