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Texas leaders must address the state's maternal and infant mortality crises.
We must reduce the number of youth confined for minor offenses.
Lauren Rose, Director of Youth Justice Policy at Texans Care for Children, on the appointment of JD Robertson as the new TTexas Juvenile Justice Ombudsman.
There are several areas where Texas and the Court largely agree, so let's start there.
Good News for Texas Moms and Babies, But Improvements Needed Moving Forward
Supporting maternal health must be a top priority for the next legislative session.
Thanks to all who all who participated in our Children's Policy Series on substance use issues in Texas!
Donate today to support Texas kids with disabilities & developmental delays.
We're making progress on kids' mental health after Harvey. With your support, we can do much more.
Join us for our next Children's Policy Series meeting on substance use December 12th!
It's time to move youth from secure state facilities youth to local juvenile probation, community programs, and small rehabilitative facilities closer to families.
Enrollment fell among babies and toddlers of all backgrounds, but plummeted among black children in Harris County.
New Task Force is a Good Start, But Lege and TEA Must Take Action.
Here are some of the key children’s issues included in the interim charges and the committees that will be studying the issue.
A new report shows that hundreds of babies and toddlers in the Tyler-Longview area have missed out on ECI services.