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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News The discovery on January 5, 2003, of a dead child, Faheem Williams, age 7, in the basement of a duplex in Newark, New Jersey has renewed calls for reform of the New Jersey's child welfare system. Last week, Governor James E. McGreevey pledged to reform Youth and Family Services after reports that state social workers had failed to investigate child abuse complaints at a home in northern Newark where three young boys had been chained and abused in the . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News The discovery on January 5, 2003, of a dead child, Faheem Williams, age 7, in the basement of a duplex in Newark, New Jersey has renewed calls for reform of the New Jersey's child welfare system. Last week, Governor James E. McGreevey pledged to reform Youth and Family Services after reports that state social workers had failed to investigate child abuse complaints at a home in northern Newark where three young boys had been chained and abused in the . . .
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