As the opioid crisis has spread across Ohio, children are often overlooked when parents become addicted. Child and family services in the state are having trouble keeping up with the needs of these children. Today we'll discuss how the needs of children with addicted parents are being handled, and what more can be done.
- David W. Haverfield, Director, Tuscarawas County Job & Family Services
- Scott Britton, Assistant Director, Public Children Services Association of Ohio
- Elisha Cangelosi, Associate Director, Provider Services, Franklin County Children Services
- Paula Davis, Associate Director of East Region, Franklin County Children Services