Though she is the lifeline for about 30 kids in Manitoba's child welfare system, a Winnipeg CFS worker says she doesn't even have a work cellphone clients can reach her on.
Two new children in care have recently been added to her caseload, but she hasn't had time to meet them yet. Some of her other clients haven't had an in-person visit in months.
"It's absolute insanity, is what it is," said the Child and Family Services worker, who CBC News is not identifying to protect her from repercussions for speaking out.
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