Navigating child welfare investigations is easier for many parents in New York. That's because the Center for Family Representation uses a unique approach -- Community Advocacy Teams. Learn how CAT Teams support parents and strengthen advocacy on their behalf.
A large percentage of children of incarcerated parents are cared for by the other parent or relatives during parental incarceration. New research shows these relative caregivers don't always get the support they need.By Claire Chiamulera
Knowing which youth violence prevention programs work can be a challenge. Experts pick the best programs that meet rigorous scientific standards.By Candice L. Maze, Jennifer R. Renne
You represent a cocaine-exposed baby and her siblings. How do you balance the baby's interests with the siblings' interests without creating a conflict?