The tragic story about Mariah’s death (Page 1A, Feb. 11) results in a typical response, which is to blame the social workers and label them as “uncaring.” The real problem is that we do not provide enough social workers to monitor kids we are agreeing to protect.

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We cannot accuse social workers and their bosses of not caring when we don’t care enough to provide enough financial support to the program of Child Protective Services.

Sue Kensill
San Jose

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Source:: The Mercury News – Health


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