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State data show a record number of people experiencing a mental health crisis are waiting in jails for beds in state hospitals that don’t have enough staff to operate at capacity.
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In half of all cases in Maine in which a child is removed from the home, an Office of Child and Family Services investigation identified the parent or caregiver's substance use a risk factor.
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How policy decisions in Virginia led Latinos to being among the most likely to get infected, hospitalized and die in the first two years of the pandemic.
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The Sun Journal analyzed data from Maine Department of Health and Human Services reports on child welfare, including 18 years of annual child protective services reports and annual reports on Office of Child and Family Services staffing.
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How policy decisions and limited investment in Virginia made Latinos the most likely to get infected, hospitalized and die.
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After nearly two years of unprecedented losses from lives and jobs to homes and education, the ITEAM found high school students in Augusta are now vanishing from the classrooms in record numbers.
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They are the youngest victims of the homeless crisis in Augusta. Young, helpless faces that are tired, weary, and in need of rest, shelter, and food. And in need of an education.
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Before Ben Gilmore was a senator, he lived in the Delta in southeast Arkansas and witnessed firsthand the region's struggles with health care, infrastructure, education and more.
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A newly released state-ordered audit found Virginia agencies have failed to competently provide information to the almost half a million residents who speak little to no English.
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Schools across Ohio and Kentucky are now teaching violence prevention courses in high school and social-emotional learning in grade school.

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