An Assessment of the Privatization of Child Welfare Services: Challenges and Successes

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CWLA Press, 2003 - Social Science - 309 pages
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Six Case Studies
Severe Needs and their Families
Key Themes in the Privatization of Child Welfare Services

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Freundlich is Policy Director for Children's Rights, Inc., New York, NY. She is a social worker and lawyer whose work has focused on child welfare policy and practice for the past decade. Ms. Freundlich holds master's degrees in social work and public health and a JD and LLM.

Sarah Gerstenzang is an Assistant Project Director of the Adoption Exchange Association, an organization dedicated to finding adoptive families for the 119,000 children who wait in foster care. She was formerly a Senior Policy Analyst at Children's Rights and holds a Masters in Social Work from Columbia University. She and her husband live with their three children in Brooklyn, New York.

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