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Child Welfare Information Gateway, 2020
Across a ten-year span, Washington, D.C. reduced the number of children and youth in care from more than 3,000 to 750. The District's Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) focus on community partnerships is a key element of Washington, D.C.'s Title IV-E prevention plan , which was approved by the Children's Bureau (CB) in 2019. The city was the first jurisdiction in the U.S. to submit its plan to CB.
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