Participation at the NH State House & Public Testimony

NEXT PUBLIC MEETINGS

FOSTER CARE SUBCOMMITTEE: 

No Nov. or Dec. mtgs. See you in 2019!

 

 

JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE TO EXAMINE THE INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF THE DIVISION FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES (HB 517, Chapter 156:244, Laws of 2017) Rm. 205, Legislative Office Building, Tues. Dec. 4th, 10AM.

 

 

 

 

Below are additional public meetings all are welcome to attend.

 

OVERSIGHT COMMISSION ON CHILDREN’S SERVICES (RSA 170-G:19), Office of the Child Advocate, Philbrook Building, 121 South Fruit Street, Concord. TBA

THE DIVISION FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES (DCYF) ADVISORY BOARD (RSA 170-G:6-a), Room 206, Legislative Office Building, Mon. Dec. 17th, 2PM.

 

State House,Concord,NH

The impact of the opioid epidemic on NH foster children & related legislation.

The previous HB1562 Foster Parent Bill of Rights is now a NH state law (170-E:51, 52) known as: an Act for collaboration in foster care.

  Foster Child Bill of Rights

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