A recent study shows the number of children in foster case nationwide has declined. In Connecticut this is likely the result of DCF offering services to parents to prevent out of home placement. The length of time in time in foster care is also the result of the Juvenile and Probate Courts expediting termination of…

  Connecticut has allocated 1.75 million to allow Connecticut domestic violence shelters to stay open 24 hours per day. Connecticut was one of only five states that did not provide for shelters to be open around the clock. There is also a pilot program in courts in Bridgeport, Danielson and Hartford that will track family…

http://parenting.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/07/28/an-end-to-gay-adoption Connecticut allows for same sex couples to adopt children. However, this was not always the case. Prior to 2000 Connecticut prohibited same sex couples from adopting. In 2000, Puiblic Act 00-228 “An Act Concerning the Best Interest of Child in Adoption Matters” was passed. This Act authorized a single parent of a child to…

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