DHS told ‘culture change’ needed at agency

State of Oregon Clyde Sailki, director of the Oregon Department of Human Services.

Capital Bureau

SALEM — Saying the state has a “deep and abiding moral obligation” to keep children in its care safe, a committee assembled by the governor to assess the safety of children in substitute care agreed Wednesday that the Department of Human Services and state leaders need to follow through on ongoing reform efforts.

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