NC State’s Center for Family and Community Engagement is helping revamp the state’s child welfare system by giving families and young people on the receiving end of the system a voice in the policies that run it. The state has agreed to fund an advisory council of child welfare participants who will have a voice on all future state policies. Kara Allen-Eckard, NC State Center for Family and Community Engagement, featured.
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