Study: Children from Poor Parents, Even if they have a Drug Problem, do Worse if Put into Foster Care

This billboard sponsored by the Ad Council encourages potential foster and adoptive parents that they do not have to be a “perfect parent” in order to foster or adopt. But the same standard does not hold true for biological parents who have their children taken away from them and put into foster care. by Terri LaPointHealth Impact News Children fare better in their own homes with family than they do in foster care situations. The evidence continues to mount that this…

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