Tens of thousands of reports alleging maltreatment of children a year are handled by Wisconsin county child protective services. We talk with local agencies about the process. And Children’s Wisconsin is opening three new mental health walk-in clinics. A hospital official explains the need.
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Understanding Child Protective Services
In 2021, Wisconsin county child protective services agencies and the Division of Milwaukee Child Protective Services received more than 74,000 reports alleging maltreatment of children. We talk with local agencies about the reporting and intervention process.
New funding allows expansion of Children's Wisconsin's walk-in youth mental health clinics
A recent $3 million donation to Children’s Wisconsin is allowing the health care system to open three new mental health walk-in clinics across the state. We speak with a hospital official to learn about the growth of these clinics and why they’re in high demand.
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