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The deficiencies were uncovered as the Michigan League for Public Policy reports over the past five years the rate of children living in families investigated for abuse and neglect has increased by 25 percent. From 2012 to 2016, the rate of children victimized by abuse or neglect increased 23 percent, but 30 percent among young children.

The league’s report notes child well-being can be improved a number of ways, including home visitation programs, where different organizations send people to aid mothers and expecting mothers with preventative health care. Sep 18, 2018 – Ionia Sentinel-Standard

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