The Brighter Futures Workgroup is a part of the Youth Power, Parent Power's initiative at the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP)_, and they are gathering information from mandated reporters of suspected child abuse and/or neglect across the country about current reporting practices. The survey is anonymous and takes about 15 minutes to complete.
The data collected through this survey will be used to develop a best practice toolkit for reimagining the role of mandated reporters. Survey participation is optional, and you may stop at any time. Survey participants will be able to enter a raffle to win a $50 gift e-card. Please note the Google Form to enter the raffle is not linked to the survey, so your survey answers will remain anonymous. If you have questions about the survey, please contact Fatima Kane - Survey responses are accepted by June 5, 2023.
About Brighter Futures Workgroup
The Brighter Futures Workgroup is a collaboration between current and former youth with lived experience in foster care, legal agencies representing children, legal agencies representing parents, community-based organizations, child welfare system leaders, and other key stakeholders working to improve outcomes for expectant and parenting youth in foster care, their children and families. The workgroup is co-led by the Center for the Study of Social Policy and consultant Rachel Blustain, with funding from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

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* 1. Are you a mandated reporter of suspected child abuse and/or neglect?

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