State Officials Step up Enforcement at L.A. Group Home for Migrant Children Where Report Found Pattern of Neglect
State officials have warned a Los Angeles group home for migrant youth that it could lose its license if it doesn’t comply more fully with state rules for the protection of children.
Eighty-nine of those citations were for issues that posed “an immediate risk to the health, safety or personal rights of residents.”
Casa Libre was founded in late 2002 by Peter Schey, a Los Angeles attorney and longtime immigrant rights champion.
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