Higher caseloads at Division of Children and Family Services impact services for foster kids

Benji Hardy reports for the Arkansas Nonprofit News Network that the state Department of Human Services’ Division of Children and Family Services is still struggling to reduce the average caseload of its field staff: One consequence of high caseloads is that some foster children have little direct contact with the child welfare agency ultimately responsible for their care. In the 2017 fiscal year, 28 percent of foster children did not receive a face-to-face monthly visit from their family...

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