Fixing Foster Care: Focus on family
Special Report In a U-turn in thinking for child protection agencies, new policies and programs are being devised that focus on keeping children in their family homes, even if some of those homes are “bad.” Evidence is pouring in that keeping families together – even those deemed dysfunctional – is less harmful than pulling them apart.
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