Mon.Sep 19, 2022

Proposed New York City Law shows how mandatory child abuse reporting makes everything worse

NCCPR Child Welfare Blog

New York City Council chamber (And why are members of the Left-leaning City Council buying into a right-wing narrative about homelessness?) I have written before about how mandatory child abuse reporting laws backfire.

Mastering Digital Fundraising: 4 Quick Wins to Implement Right Now


Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an increase in demand for the online first strategy, which also applies to charities. Online fundraising is no longer an option for non-profit organizations; it is required to ensure future fundraising growth.


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Sober Story: Penny

Living Sober

This week’s Sober Story comes from Penny, a 42-year-old living in Raleigh, North Carolina in the US. Her username here at LS is 'Lucky Frieda' or tag as @lupita) = Mrs D: How long have you been in recovery? Penny: I have been in recovery for a little over three years, since August 24, 2019.

Congress Works to Protect Indian Child Welfare Act

Beyond Advocacy

The Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy (CRISP) and the National Foster Youth Initiative (NFYI) will convene a Congressional Briefing tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. in Room HVC 201 in the U.S.

Experiment with Your Coping Strategies for Better Results

A Splintered Mind

Earlier this year, I admitted to myself that my current coping strategies weren’t fighting off my depression as effectively as they were before. Had they simply stopped working, or had something fundamental changed inside of me? The answer was complicated.

Britons of black and south Asian origin with dementia die younger, study finds

The Guardian

UK medical records over 21 years show both groups survived less time after diagnosis than white counterparts Britons of black and south Asian origin with dementia die younger and sooner after being diagnosed than white people, research has found. South Asian people die 2.97