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Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect

Last fall, as part of our effort to build an agenda for a White House Conference in 2010, we asked visitors of the CWLA website to take a brief survey and rank what they felt were the top three issues in child welfare. Not surprising, many participants indicated that all the topics were of great concern and were difficult to rank. However, from the nearly one thousand responses received, prevention of child abuse and neglect was ranked as the top priority. Forty-one percent of respondents cited prevention as one of their top three concerns. This paper focuses on the topic with the highest ranking: preventing child abuse and child neglect.




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