J4C video series honors DFCS case managers

By Michelle Barclay

The Supreme Court of Georgia’s Committee on Justice for Children has begun a year-long video series of judges and attorneys honoring the good work of case managers. 

GA DFCS case managers do difficult and heart-wrenching work and often go above and beyond their duties.  However, all agree that the mistakes of this human system are what we will hear and read about on the news.   It is important for the judges and lawyers who see the work of these case managers on a daily basis to tell the stories of the children and family’s lives that are positively impacted by them.
 
(1)    http://bit.ly/wilcott_video - Ashley Willcott, former Child Advocate of the State of Georgia
(2)    http://bit.ly/key_video - Judge Michael Key, Troup County Juvenile Court

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