Tags: "Foster Care"

10 Sep
0

Nicky Baker "Just a Boy" OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO -Produced by CCHR FLORIDA

Nicky Baker, Songwriter and international vocalist, performs her new song, “Just a Boy”! Many families are unaware that the mental health diagnoses of depression, ADHD, and the-like, have no medical test to evidence that they exist. Let’s help educate families ...

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30 Nov
0

Action Alert and News Update on the psychotropic drugging of Foster Care children

 In a letter to State Officials (across the U.S), written by three different divisions of Health and Human Services, it states:  “Children in foster care represent only three percent of children covered by Medicaid,yet, based on a study of pharmacy ...

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28 Nov
1

Safeguard Florida's vulnerable children!

There is more work to be done to safeguard Florida’s vulnerable children!

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13 Aug
1

Child-welfare panel: Drugs misused on foster kids

Florida’s mental health system for foster kids relies far too often on drugs, with little oversight, according to a draft report on the suicide of 7-year-old Gabriel Myers. http://www.miamiherald.com/news/southflorida/story/1183698.html BY CAROL MARBIN MILLER cmarbin@MiamiHerald.com Admitting for the first time what ...

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12 Aug
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Regarding Florida Foster Care children, 2009

Many of you may have been watching the Florida newspapers recently and seen the article that spoke about two parents who just adopted two children.  They came forward on the day that Governor Crist was talking about adoption.  The two ...

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07 Jul
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Consent for foster kids psychiatric drugs on rise

Florida Times Union More parents, courts approve medication; some fear they aren’t informed decisions. By Brandon Larrabee Story updated at 12:24 PM on Monday, Jul. 6, 2009 TALLAHASSEE – As a task force examining the use of psychiatric drugs by ...

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07 Jul
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Study: Florida's psych drug rules for foster kids ignored

Miami Herald 07.07.09 A new state study found that child-welfare doctors and case workers aren’t following the rules when it comes to the drugging of 6- and 7-year-olds in state care. BY MARC CAPUTO Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE — Child-welfare ...

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