In her letter of resignation, the longtime director of the Indiana Department of Child Services lashed out at the governor's office, warning that a continuation of its policies will "all but ensure children will die," IndyStar has learned.
The longtime director of the Indiana Department of Child Services is resigning, saying the policies of the governor's office will "all but ensure children will die," via
ICYMI, Indiana's top child welfare official just resigned in protest of budget cuts that "all but ensure children will die." "I choose to resign rather than be complicit in decreasing the safety and well-being of children who have nowhere else to turn."
"I feel I am unable to protect children because of the position taken by your staff to cut funding and services to children in the midst of the opioid crisis."
Dear Indiana: if you claim to care about children's lives (whether or not you wear the title "pro life"), you need to know about this, and hold the state accountable
"I choose to resign, rather than be complicit in decreasing the safety, permanency and well-being of children who have nowhere else to turn." DCS director resigns over Indiana kids being placed at risk via
Appointed by Governor Mike Pence