The Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago is a policy research center dedicated to bringing sound information, rigorous analyses, innovative ideas, and an independent multidisciplinary perspective to bear on the policies and programs affecting children. The Center devotes special attention to children facing significant problems, including abuse or neglect, poverty, and mental or physical illness, as well as to the service systems designed to address these problems. Chapin Hall’s focus takes in all children. It takes a broad view of their needs, including children’s potential as well as their problems, and addresses services and supports — public and private — aimed at fostering child and youth development.
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