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NY State Child Abuse Hotline Shortfalls Lead To Unnecessary Investigations: Report

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NY State Child Abuse Hotline Shortfalls Lead To Unnecessary Investigations: Report​


“Advocates at the New York City Family Policy Project [part of UJC’s 2022-2024 Social Justice Accelerator cohort] are pushing agents who field the calls to ask more questions before putting a family through a traumatic investigation.”

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NY State Child Abuse Hotline Shortfalls Lead To Unnecessary Investigations: Report


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