April Carlson

LA County Department of Children and Family Services

Guest

Former case worker for the LA County Department of Children and Family Services

April Carlson on KCRW

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Congress has ordered the states to improve their oversight of antidepressant and antipsychotic drugs being given to kids when they're in foster care or the justice system.

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LA County's  Department of Children and Family Services  receives 160,000 child-abuse hotline calls every year.

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LA County's Department of Children and Family Services receives 160,000 child-abuse hotline calls every year.

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