on 16 June 2016

Our own David Fair in The Inquirer June 15th, paraphrasing a colleague about underfunding and CUA caseloads, "If this was the typical workload of an airplane pilot, none of us would ever get on a plane."

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on 15 June 2016

David Fair, Deputy CEO of Turning Points for Children, testified before Philadelphia City Council about a new nonprofit formed by the CUAs in Philadelphia.

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on 31 May 2016
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on 31 May 2016

Turning Points is starting a program to provide care packages or “Comfort Cases” to be given to the foster child the same day that he or she enters into a new home with a foster family.

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on 31 May 2016

 Philadelphia's long-troubled child welfare system is taking on water. Even as it struggles to improve its oversight of the city's most vulnerable children, its mission has been made more difficult by a swelling caseload.

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on 20 May 2016

“You give me a reason to trust you. You show me that you can complete every single thing that I ask you to do so I can trust you and I guarantee you, I will help you get your son back,” said Darrell Smith. 

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