Please listen to part four in our series on the work of this important office and stay tuned for more on the changes coming to improve needed protections for our children.
MISSION OF THE OFFICE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE
To protect the children of the State of Georgia and to assist and restore the security of children whose well-being is threatened by providing independent oversight of persons, organizations, and agencies responsible for providing services to or caring for children who are victims of child abuse and neglect or whose domestic situation requires intervention by the state. O.C.G.A. § 15-11-740 (b)
Our Mission includes identifying patterns of treatment and service for children and making recommendations for necessary policy implications, legislative changes and systemic improvements.
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