The members of the National Coalition for Child Protection Reform have encountered the child welfare system in their professional capacities. Through NCCPR, we work to make that system better serve America’s most vulnerable children by trying to change policies concerning child abuse, foster care and family preservation.
NCCPR ADVOCATES FOR SYSTEMIC CHANGE. WE REGRET THAT WE CANNOT PROVIDE ASSISTANCE IN DEALING WITH INDIVIDUAL CASES.
The NCCPR Child Welfare Blog And Media Response Line
The NCCPR Child Welfare Blog offers news and commentary on child welfare, and media coverage of child welfare, usually updated at least weekly. You also can follow us on Twitter and Facebook. And click here for information on the NCCPR (almost) 24/7 Media Response Line.
Everything You Need To Know About Child Welfare In Two Videos
In this one brilliant 11-minute video, the former director of the Baltimore City Department of Social Services tells you just about everything you need to know about child welfare and foster care in America:
And in this video from CBS News Sunday Morning, you can find out how the system works in typical cases – and how much harm that does to children. But you’ll have to click on the link. Because YouTube has determined that what family policing agencies that supposedly “protect” children really do is so traumatic children shouldn’t see it!
NCCPR: The Prius Of Child Advocacy
The National Coalition for Child Protection Reform is to child advocacy as a fuel-efficient hybrid is to automobiles. Operating on a shoestring budget, we think we’ve produced more real reform per dollar spent than any other national child advocacy organization in America.
The trade journal Youth Today says NCCPR “might be the most successful youth advocate[s] out there in terms of landing [their] words on editorial pages around the country.”
But that’s not an end in itself. The goal is reducing the number of children needlessly torn from everyone loving and familiar. So please click here for details about how we accomplish that goal, including at our “Top Five” accomplishments for children
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