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  • Every child deserves a safe home, so they have the opportunity to thrive, which is why the safety of children is the highest priority of the child welfare system.

  • State policy can shape how systems interact with the most vulnerable children and families. That makes it critically important that policy is informed by solid, trustworthy information and data.

  • Substance abuse is among the primary contributing factors for child abuse and neglect. Parents who become involved in the child welfare system due to substance abuse must successfully go through treatment in order to safely reunify with their child.

  • While system reform can take time, making positive systems changes can have a great impact on the people it serves.