January 22, 1995 |
This year, the Los Angeles County Children's Planning Council will send out half a dozen workers, maybe more, to determine how they can help various support agencies save families. Although admittedly a small number for a huge task, the workers will be a significant step for the council, whose 30-odd board members include representatives from the health, child welfare, business, education, philanthropic and community services fields.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 27, 2004 |
Los Angeles County has made significant progress in reducing teen births and child poverty levels and in boosting childhood immunizations, but troubling geographic and ethnic inequalities in children's welfare persist, a new study has found.