Connecticut’s Department of Children and Families is partnering with Eckerd as part of a statewide campaign to help put an end to preventable infant death. Eckerd’s Rapid Safety Feedback® identifies risk factors in homes that currently have open cases with DCF. Social workers then use this information to address these issues with parents. Eckerd will donate its services to the state for one year, and then another nonprofit, Casey Family Programs, has agreed to pay for the second.
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