Assessing DCYF: One Year After Investigation, Calls For Reform
It's been a year since an investigation of the state's Division of Children Youth And Families revealed an agency in crisis. At the time, officials and lawmakers promised a major overhaul, with new leadership, policies and funding. We check in on what progress has been made in protecting New Hampshire's children.
Joe Ribsam: Director of the N.H. Division for Children, Youth and Families, a position he's held since last fall. Before that, he worked in Child Protection for the state of New Jersey.
Christine Tappan: Associate Commissioner of Human Services and Behavioral Health at the N.H. Dept. of Health and Human Services.
Listen to our program last April, following up on a Concord Monitor series on troubles at DCYF: