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Child Abuse, Neglect Cases Expected To Increase Amid Pandemic

Child Abuse, Neglect Cases Expected To Increase Amid PandemicWFYI's Taylor Bennett spoke with Child Advocates CEO Cindy Booth about how the economy plays a key role in child welfare, what the organization is doing to help keep children safe and how the community can help.Child Advocates, child abuse, coronavirus, COVID-192020-04-08T00:00:00-04:00
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Child Abuse, Neglect Cases Expected To Increase Amid Pandemic

Child Advocates CEO Cindy Booth

FILE PHOTO: Taylor Bennett/WFYI

Child abuse and neglect cases are expected to increase during the COVID-19 pandemic. WFYI’s Taylor Bennett spoke with Child Advocates CEO Cindy Booth about how the economy plays a key role in child welfare, what the organization is doing to help keep children safe and how the community can help.

Practicing social distancing, Booth joined the conversation by phone.

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