Year Twenty Eight – 2014

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Nimbleness may not be a word that you would related to an agency like FCNI, but in our Year 28, we found ourselves having to be very nimble–quick and strategic in making positive fiscal changes as well as in implementing a new and necessary program for homeless families.

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We hope that you will join us over the next 30 weeks as we share the journey of the Family Care Network, highlighting our partners and collaborators who made the last 30 years of care possible.
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FCNI at a Glance

[list icon=”moon-people”][list_item style=”titledesc” title=”Employees” desc=”170+”][list_item style=”titledesc” title=”Number of Programs” desc=”17″][list_item style=”titledesc” title=”Children, Youth and Families Served” desc=”1420″][list_item style=”titledesc” title=”Success Rate” desc=”93%”][/list]
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State of the State

[list icon=”moon-library”][list_item style=”titledesc” title=”Child Neglect in California” desc=”In 2014, there were 75,033 victims of abuse or neglect in California, a rate of 8.2 per 1,000 children.
“][list_item style=”titledesc” title=”5,471 Children Adopted” desc=”Also in 2014, 5,471 children were legally adopted through a public child welfare agency in California
“][list_item style=”titledesc” title=”Over 10,000 Children Waiting to be Adopted” desc=”Of the 56,771 children in out-of-home care in 2014, almost 25% were waiting to be adopted.”][/list]