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The Office of the Child Advocate (OCA) is an independent state oversight agency directed by law to investigate and report on the efficacy of child-serving systemsand to investigate unexplain d ed an
2 5. Whom can I appoint as patient advocate? You choose any adult (over the age of 18), such as your spouse, an adult child, a friend or any other
REPORT OF SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT DCF-136 05/2015 (Rev.) Careline 1-800-842-2288 Within fort y-eight hours of making an oral report, a mandated reporter shall submit this form (DCF-136) to the relevant Area Office listed below
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STATE OF MICHIGAN GOVERNOR’S TASK FORCE ON CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT A Model Child Abuse and Neglect Protocol With an Approach Using a Coordinated Investigative Team
The Family Preservation Program (FPP) is an intensive, home-based preventive service provided by the Division of Child Protection of the Administration for Children’s Services.
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Chapter 39, Florida Statutes with statutes governing normalcy, quality parenting, independent living, and licensing, the ICPC Articles and Regulations, and excerpts from the Rules of
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