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With the year coming to an end, the year 2014 will bring on new changes including that of policies, laws, and concerns from the community. It will be most interesting to observe how changes will affect child abuse and neglect case (deprivation) as this continues to be a plight of concern and constant challenge for child welfare agencies, the courts, families, and even the community but most of all a greater concern for the children who suffer from the illicit acts of an adult. It would be most beneficial for the community to collaborate with child welfare agencies and the courts to ensure continued safety, protective laws, and children’s rights. This would be the beginning of a lifelong effort as society continue to fulfill their obligation it owes to the children who are in foster care, and with no opportunity for reunification with their biological families or even permanency, thus having to age out in a society that they feel have turned their backs on their cries of help and desperation.
2014, we as a community welcome you as we continue to be change catalyst that will restore service to mankind.

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