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Child welfare: Uninformed, overwhelmed clients; unrealistic agency expectations

05:37 EDT 16 Apr 2019 | Science Daily

Contracted private agencies provide approximately 33 percent of foster care placement services and 59 percent of family preservation services. State child welfare agencies are increasingly turning to them for a range of services. While turnover and burnout among child welfare case managers is well-understood, little is known about the challenges private agency therapists experience working in child welfare systems.

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