Michigan Citizen's Review Panel for Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention - Seeking Public Input
How can Michigan, at the state, county and local level, better support families and protect children while families are dealing with substance abuse, especially opioid addiction? The Michigan Citizen's Review Panel for Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention (CRPP) is seeking input from youth and parents themselves, as well as from professionals who work with children and families, to answer this question. In addition to public forums, we are seeking online input through this survey from individuals who may not be able to attend a forum or who may not feel comfortable sharing their story in person.
Citizen Review Panels are federally required in each state to provide opportunities for citizens to share their experiences of how Michigan is succeeding or falling short in strengthening families to protect children and youth from abuse and neglect.
Because your responses may be read by a mandated reporter, we have included an option for you to remain anonymous in your response to ensure we are hearing from as many people as possible.
To help us ask you the right questions, tell us who you best identify as:
Someone who experienced the child welfare system as a child or youth because of family instability from substance use
Someone who experienced the child welfare system as a birth parent or other caregiver (foster or adoptive parents, relatives, others) due to family instability from substance use
Someone who works directly with individuals involved in the child welfare system
Another citizen whose life or work interacts with child welfare (e.g. law enforcement, religious ministry, concerned family member)
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