The objective of the survey is to examine how we may better coordinate efforts to prevent and address homelessness, particularly of families, children and youth, in our state.
Today, the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) issued its latest report as the federal monitor of New Jersey’s progress in meeting a court-ordered settlement order resulting from the federal class-action lawsuit Charlie and Nadine H. v. Christie.
This order, effective immediately, seeks to reduce the need for foster care and the time spent in it, while facilitating achievement of permanency through reunification, adoption or guardianship.
The importance of family visits for a successful reunification cannot be overstated. Learn how the state is emphasizing these relationship bonding experiences during COVID-19.
ACNJ’s Aaliyah Roulhac reports on the federal briefing about COVID-19’s impact on foster youth, vulnerable children and their families.