Child welfare is a general term used to describe the wide range of services provided to families who are in danger of having children removed from the home due to abuse or neglect, or services for children who have been removed from the home. These services can include out-of-home placement in a congregate care or home setting, adoption assistance payments, family reunification, independent living services, or protective services. This Market Intelligence Report Examines Spending trends between 2013 and 2019 for different service types within the child welfare system, such as: Congregate care
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