Youth Survey on Guardians ad Litem

Your help is needed!

Wisconsin citizen review panels are interested in learning more about Wisconsin Guardians Ad Litem, attorneys that assist children that enter the child welfare system. The panels recognize that one of the best sources of this information is you – youth and former youth who received services from a Wisconsin guardian ad litem (GAL) after you were placed into out-of-home care or foster care. The panels have developed a survey with questions about your personal experience as well as your general knowledge about the Wisconsin GAL system.

This is an anonymous survey. The survey will be open for your responses October 20, 2014 through November 14, 2014.  The following link will take you to the survey:

On the first page of the survey you will find a description of the survey, its purpose and the role of citizen review panels in Wisconsin. Citizen review panels were created under the Federal Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, and their mission is to improve child protective services at the State and local levels. For more information about the panels, please check out the Department of Children & Families website.

If you have any questions, please contact Paula L. Brown, MSW, APSW, at or (608) 266-0579.


One thought on “Youth Survey on Guardians ad Litem

  1. Getting back to this GAL survey. Did add to the discussion on the Protest group.

    Linda, even stated.. Hey, we might want to do a survey like this for Iowa?

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