California is phasing out the use of group homes, and streamlining the approval process for parents who can provide foster homes and paths to adoption.
“Foster children should be in family care. The outcomes are better and the data has caught up with that,” says Kathy Marsh, interim director of Children & Family Services for Contra Costa County, noting the estimated 1,100 foster youth who are...
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Face of foster care changing