CYF


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CYF

(in New Zealand) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Child, Youth, and Family: a section of the Ministry of Social Development
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CYF itself and/or other organisations, including approved NGOs, can provide services to meet identified needs as part of the FWA or FGC/Court plan.
William Llyr Hughes, company director of Fferyllwyr Llyn CYF, said "The existing premises were not fit for purpose and restricted some of the services we wished to offer.
In one, a convicted paedophile was able to father three children with a teenager--herself a former state ward--despite nurses repeatedly raising the issue with CYF and requesting information about the man because "this home environment was assessed as not safe".
CYF has offered to pay for laser treatment to remove the tattoo, but Ms, Fajady, who came to New Zealand from Iran in 2003, says she wants answers, not apologies.
Under the terms of the agreement, IFO is buying an initial 70% of CYF for about GBP2.
CYF owns and organises annual, international ornamental flowers and plants exhibition Eurasia Plant Fair held in December in Istanbul and YapA[+ or -] Decoor held annually in Ankara with focus on construction material and building renewal.
Senior Constable Riddell said CYF has only about 100 beds in secure custody across New Zealand.
Meanwhile, much like child protection agencies in other jurisdictions facing this increased demand (such as Canada), CYF continues to grapple with a negative public perception and budget constraints (Leschied et al.
Surely the reason for replacing CYF was that things needed to be done differently.
Because of these perceptions, a study of the movement of CYF clients was developed as part of the wider Building Attachment research programme.
Yet responses to estimates questions show CYF on the brink of falling into the red.
Importantly, those engaged in social policy initiatives and practice debates must consider the role that CYF social workers have as strategists in making use of risk discourses.