When adoptions from foster care fall apart, youth often end up back in foster care, with a biological relative, or on the streets. But in most cases, the government stillGet the rest of the story by subscribing to The Chronicle of Social Change We are a nonprofit, solution-based daily news site devoted to child welfare, juvenile justice and other youth services. Our subscribers get access to expert analysis, insider news, grants and funder profiles. Click here to subscribe> (or log in now if you already have a subscription). Tags: adoptionadoption subsidyAFFCNYBroken Adoptions Projectchild welfareDawn PostFederal fundingfoster careNew York — John Kelly John Kelly is senior editor for The Chronicle of Social Change.