Teamwork is Key to Help Abused Kids in Alachua County
Published November 15th, 2013
GAINESVILLE -- It's an issue that's often overlooked, but with more than 4,000 reported cases of child abuse in Alachua County every year, the process of obtaining justice for abused kids can be long and tedious.
That's where the work of various childrens' services agencies comes into play. As TV20's Trent Kelly reports, the work they do can only be accomplished as a team.
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