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Child Advocates Seeking Volunteers To Aid Those In Child Welfare System

Child Advocates Seeking Volunteers To Aid Those In Child Welfare SystemWFYIs Terri Dee spoke with CEO Cindy Booth and Director of Interrupting Racism for Children Jill English about their work, which serves an estimated 7,000 children in the county.Child Advocates, child welfare system2020-01-20T00:00:00-05:00
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Child Advocates Seeking Volunteers To Aid Those In Child Welfare System

Child Advocates

Child Advocates represents children in the child welfare system in Marion County. Its representatives monitor the children where they live and advise courts on their welfare.

WFYI’s Terri Dee spoke with CEO Cindy Booth and Director of Interrupting Racism for Children Jill English about their work, which serves an estimated 7,000 children in the county.

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