Report: State slow to start child visit program

August 13, 2014 • State News

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico’s embattled child welfare agency has been slow to set up home visiting services two years after winning a federal grant, a new evaluation said.

The evaluation found the state had set up home visiting services for children at only two of the four communities planned as pilot sites, the Albuquerque Journal reports (

The Children, Youth and Families Department received the two-year $2.65 million grant in September 2011 to set up pilot programs at sites in Luna, Login to read more

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