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Segment 7 (Forging a Solution) #708076

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 14, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The problems with the child welfare system reviewed.

(Pittsburgh: Beth Nissen) How Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, has changed it child welfare system examined; details given about how the emphasis is on placing foster kids with relatives & community-based resource centers. [National Coalition for Child Protection Reform executive director Richard WEXLER†- says Allegheny county is showing the nation how to fix child welfare systems.] [Allegheny County department of human services director Marc CHERNA†- talks about the foster care system.] [Teen & mother Dominique & Regina BYERS†- talks about changing Dominique's behavior.] [Hosanna House executive director Leon HAYNES†- comments on the system.]

Brown, Aaron;
Nissen, Beth

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