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Plans call for reducing that further to 997 through attrition, said Marq Youngblood, chief operating officer for DHS. Click here to read the complete article at Tulsaworld.com
DHS to cut child-welfare workers in Oklahoma
The Department of Human Services is decreasing the number of child welfare workers it employs, the Commission for Human Services was told Tuesday.In May, the Department of Human Services employed 1,095 child-welfare workers, a figure that declined to 1,056 in October.
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