We pulled together this month’s top 10 most noteworthy child welfare research articles for you. #TexProtectsRead More Frontline For Children | December 2021
We pulled together this month’s top 10 most noteworthy child welfare research articles for you. #TexProtectsRead More Frontline For Children | October + November 2021
DID YOU KNOW? Behavioral health is a term used to refer to the connection between physical and mental health and a person’s behavior At least 25% of Texas children have experienced multiple adversities that are likely affecting their ability to succeed at school. Half of all mental health conditions have presented before age 14. 68% […]Read More How Did Behavioral Health & Trauma Fare in the 86th Texas Legislature?
This op-ed was distributed to and published by newspapers statewide in Texas, including the Dallas Morning News, Longview News-Journal and Stephenville Empire-Tribune. Permission to reprint is freely granted under these conditions: The text may not be edited in any way. Authorship must be properly credited. Online reprints must link back to this blog post; paper […]Read More Op-Ed: Mistreatment of migrant children by our government is intolerable
DID YOU KNOW? In 2018, there were 280,874 reports of suspected child abuse/neglect to Statewide Intake. 66,370 or 24% of those reports were confirmed. Child maltreatment will cost Texas an estimated $1.75 billion in CPS expenditures in FY 2019 and over $55 billion in total costs across the victims’ lifetimes. 43% of children who complete […]Read More How Did Child Protection Systems Fare in the 86th Texas Legislature?
DID YOU KNOW? Four children die from abuse/neglect each week, and 80 percent of victims are 3 years of age and younger. 181 children are confirmed as abused/neglected every day, and the highest rates occur in children under age 5. Evidence-based home visiting programs can reduce child maltreatment by up to 48 percent and have […]Read More How Did Prevention and Early Intervention Fare in the 86th Texas Legislature?