Children at Risk: DCYF boosts frontline staffing, but budget woes persist

Private agencies that provide everything from mental-health counseling to specialeducation programs to children in state care are warning of consequences if their programs are cut. “What does the cut risk? Whole programs going away. Jobs. Services for kids and families,” said Brother James R.

Jimmy Kilpatrick, a national recognized professional special education advocate since 1994.

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