Wrongful medication cases

Group that archives case of wrongful, unnecessary or experimantal medication in the child placement system.

The archive of cases can be accessed here.


 

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Domico Presnell AdminOvermedication case24048 years 51 weeks ago08 years 51 weeks ago
DRUG AGREEMENT TIED TO TEENAGER'S HOUSING AdminCase file5629 years 2 days ago09 years 2 days ago
Drug limits skirted for foster kids AdminCase file6599 years 1 week ago09 years 1 week ago
Drug rules to protect kids were ignored, DCF says AdminCase file6038 years 48 weeks ago08 years 48 weeks ago
DRUGGING FOSTER KIDS IS CHEAPER THAN THERAPY AdminCase file12369 years 32 weeks ago09 years 32 weeks ago
DRUGS AND DOUBT IN WENATCHEE AdminCase file28019 years 32 weeks ago09 years 32 weeks ago
DSHS LOBBYING FOR FUNDING TO IMPROVE SAFEGUARDS FOR CHILDREN AdminCase file5158 years 51 weeks ago08 years 51 weeks ago
e-mail from Jim Gottstein to Governor Palin and other Alaska policymakers AdminCase file4169 years 33 weeks ago09 years 33 weeks ago
e-mail from Jim Gottstein to the Judiciary Committee of the Alaska House of Representatives AdminCase file3879 years 33 weeks ago09 years 33 weeks ago
e-mail from Steve Van Goor, Bar Counsel, Alaska Bar Association AdminCase file6119 years 33 weeks ago09 years 33 weeks ago
e-mail to Assistant Attorney General Stacy Kraly, with a copy to Attorney General Colberg AdminCase file4119 years 33 weeks ago09 years 33 weeks ago
e-mail to Assistant Attorney General Stacy Kraly, with a copy to Attorney General Colberg AdminCase file3869 years 33 weeks ago09 years 33 weeks ago
E-mail to Bill Hogan, et al. AdminCase file3769 years 33 weeks ago09 years 33 weeks ago
Florida Department of Children and Families' records on foster children taking psychiatric drugs raise doubts AdminCase file6408 years 50 weeks ago08 years 50 weeks ago
Florida has no list of foster kids on psychiatric drugs AdminCase file7989 years 34 weeks ago09 years 34 weeks ago
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