Ten Ways to Promote Permanence for Foster Youths

There are only two truly permanent outcomes for children in temporary care: reunification or adoption. For many reasons, the child suffers in limbo while we allegedly try “to get it right.” By accepting delays as

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  1. Thank you for this post. As I continue working with families, I see how the system has kinda shifted itself to be anti-parents in a lot of respects. I agree with all the other points but there’s a need for a cultural shift in how we regard parents after children are removed, esp for the overwhelming number of nonabuse or general neglect cases

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