Ohio Report for Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Youth Panel Makes Recommendations With Goal Of Reducing Need For Parents To Relinquish Custody

Limiting the need for parents to relinquish custody to pay for care for children with serious behavioral conditions is among the goals of recommendations made Wednesday by the Joint Legislative Committee for Multi-System Youth.

The report also calls for more collection and sharing of data among systems that deal with youth affected by multiple agencies, encourages more peer support and mentoring programs and aims to improve Family and Children First Councils.

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