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Remarks Carmen Hooker Odom

Thank you, Tom and Gordon, and the Child Advocacy Institute and the Institute of Medicine, for your work on this North Carolina Child Health Report Card. It will be an invaluable ...
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Six sue to kick-start service for juveniles

Lawyers representing six children sued Gov. Mike Easley and Chief Justice I. Beverly Lake Jr. on Tuesday, saying the two were not improving services intended to keep troubled youths ...
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Save Services – Raise Revenue

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE For the past two years, the North Carolina General Assembly has faced unprecedented budget shortfalls. As a result, vital services for older adults, children, ...
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Slamming the door on juvenile justice

Baltimore – When it comes to juvenile justice, it’s time for North Carolina to start thinking outside the box. Outside the pen, the slammer and the hoosegow, too. It’s ...
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New ideas on juvenile justice

Raleigh – An advisory council to the Department of Juvenile Justice has proposed a slew of reforms in response to a May audit that revealed widespread deterioration of facilities ...
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North Carolina Child Health Report Card

The eighth edition of the North Carolina Child Health Report Card NC, compiled by staff of the North Carolina Institute of Medicine, the North Carolina Child Advocacy Institute, ...
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Easley wants build 3 juvenile prisons

Gov. Mike Easley announced a plan Tuesday to build three juvenile prisons at a cost of $90 million in the wake of an audit last week that said the state must replace dangerously ...
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Al Singer

He has been active in child advocacy as a lawyer, lecturer and administrator for over 25 years. In 1977, he became the first director of North Carolina’s Protection and Advocacy ...
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NCCAI’s Senior Fellow who specializes in Child Maltreatment & Fatalities

Marcia Herman-Giddens, Dr.PH. She has worked in the field of child health and maltreatment for over 20 years both as a medical provider and and advocate, teacher and researcher. ...
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State Auditor Ralph Campbell

If State Auditor Ralph Campbell’s scathing report on the sorry condition of North Carolina five juvenile prisons doesn’t get the attention of elected leaders, then they ...