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DHS chief says state needs an option like the Iowa Juvenile Home

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DHS chief says state needs an option like the Iowa Juvenile Home

By O. Kay Henderson The head of the Iowa Department of Human Services says the state should take steps to ensure there’s an option like the Iowa Juvenile Home for delinquent teenage girls who would otherwise be sent on to adult court. Governor Branstad closed the Juvenile Home in mid-January after concerns about the use of restraints and long-term […]

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