Child Welfare

No Longer Preventing Prevention Services

This is the second of two stories written by FosterClub All-Star interns recounting their experiences discussing federal legislation with policymakers. Read the first story here. Earlier this month, FosterClub All-Stars, a group of foster youth advocates, were […]

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More Kids for Fewer Homes?

Recent federal data indicate that the foster child population has risen slightly over the past few years to just over 415,000 wards. During the same time, home placements appear to have declined. I say “appear” because we […]