Child protection issues raise sparks at Crow Wing County Board
Sparks flew briefly at Crow Wing County’s Board meeting Tuesday during a discussion on out-of-home placement of children.
Crow Wing County Commissioner Paul Thiede asked outgoing Community Services Director Beth Wilms why the county wasn’t more successful in reducing out-of-home placement costs. Wilms said the intensity of cases, with the level of care some children need, is keeping costs high as families have greater barriers and mental health issues.
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