Year Twenty Two – 2008

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ADVOCACY! At the promoting our of Board of Directors, our Year 22 was all about Jim increasing his involvement at the state and national level, advocating for change for not only our local children, youth and families but for our industry as a whole.

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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

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State of the State

[list icon=”moon-library”][list_item style=”titledesc” title=”32,000″ desc=”Close to 32,000 children in California were removed from their homes because the court deemed that removal and intervention services were necessary before the child could safely return home.”][list_item style=”titledesc” title=”Decline in Foster Families” desc=”California sees another year of declines in Foster family homes, especially in some of its largest counties.
“][list_item style=”titledesc” title=”Foster Care Funding Cut” desc=”The State had not adjusted its child welfare services payments for the increased cost of living since the 2001/02 budget year, and in 2009/10, payments for certain types of foster care were cut by 10%.