This presentation outlines how public health nurses may be integrated into child abuse or neglect investigations for all children age 0 to 24 months in Los Angeles County. It was presented by the county CEO’s office on October 27, 2014, during a meeting of the transition team tasked to oversee child welfare reform in the county.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday called for the creation of an independent oversight commission aimed at reforming the county’s embattled Probation Department. The county’s Probation Department is the largest in the […]
Los Angeles County’s Antelope Valley — the remote area that has seen several of the county’s worst child welfare tragedies over the past six years — is at the center of a new philanthropic effort […]
As Los Angeles County mulls the idea of using ride-sharing services to escort foster youth to visitations with biological parents, some child-welfare experts wonder how such a service would be able to grapple with children […]