Mother Jones"In New York City, for example, the hearings typically begin within three days of a child’s removal, but they are divided into tiny segments, stretching out months, says David Shalleck-Klein, executive director of New York’s Family Justice Law Center [a member of the UJC Social Justice Accelerator]."
The Imprint“In places where structural disinvestment has depleted networks, parents are on their own. That has consequences. In its Community Health Survey, the New York City Health Department asks whether people in a community get together to discuss political and social issues, trust a neighbor with the key to their home, or would say something to a person who didn’t clean up after their dog. Neighborhoods lower on measures of social trust and control are higher on child welfare involvement.” - FPP Co-Director, Nora McCarthy
NYN Media"McCarthy has now launched a new enterprise: the NYC Family Policy Project [which is part of UJC's Social Justice Accelerator]. Through research and policy analysis, the Family Policy Project will make the case that New York City has historically ‘over invested in child protective services and under invested in community institutions and networks that help families thrive.’”