YAP News


Archive by category: Child WelfareReturn
Nearly 1000 New Jersey youth will lose their Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc. services if proposed cuts by DCF are accepted by Governor Phil Murphy. For four decades, the state has relied on the no...
Read More
YAP Program Director Vivian Davis appealed to her Walker County AL community to help a family in need.  A couple was awarded custody of their 4 grandchildren, but did not have a home large enough to a...
Read More
Children 0-5 represent 38% of the US foster care populations; this is a 10% increase since 2000. Early childhood is a remarkably sensitive time in neurodevelopment. A combination of both genetics and ...
Read More
“Early maltreatment often leads to a life of poor outcomes for children but there is hope for healing” was the message of YAP’s workshop at Zero to Three’s National Training Institute on December ...
Read More
Page 1 of 2 FirstPrevious [1]
Media/Press Inquiries

Ryanne Persinger
Senior Communications Manager

Kelly D. Williams
Chief Communications Officer

YAP Blog

A story content provider about families, advocates and program practitioners on the front lines of the youth justice, child welfare and social services systems reform movement.

Filter by Category
More News