OCA Director: N.H. Doesn't Have Comprehensive System Of Care For Children
In its first annual report, the state's Office of the Child Advocate calls for a variety of legislative fixes to the problems facing children in the state. OCA director Moira O'Neill praised lawmakers for the work done so far, but she says more even more work is needed.
O'Neill joined NHPR's Peter Biello on All Things Considered to explain.
Listen to the interview: