HHS announces approval of South Carolina welfare reform demonstration projects: all Aid to Families with Dependent Children recipient will be required to work with a caseworker to develop and sign an Individual Self-Sufficiency Plan (ISSP) that includes a series of steps to prepare the recipient for work, and a timetable for completion.... [more]
Statutes from Alabama on Permanent Placement for Children.... [more]
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released a new report compiling state and national data on children who are abused and neglected, in foster care, adopted or waiting to be adopted. This data will be used to hold states accountable for services to at-risk children.... [more]
Descriptions of child welfare laws in Alabama regarding confidential records.... [more]
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