The youth of Massachusetts are of primary concern to legislators and citizens. This briefing report features three essays by experts — Fern Johnson, Deborah Frank, and Donna Haig Friedman — who focus on three aspects of children in need: children in foster care who need adoption, children who are hungry, and children who are homeless. Each report has further and more detailed suggestions for helping these children in need; below is a summary of the problems we face.
Hines, Denise A.; Johnson, Fern L.; Friedman, Donna Haig; and Frank, Deborah A., "2013 Massachusetts Family Impact Seminar: Youth at Risk, Part 2" (2013). Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise. 23.
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