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14-year-old blind triplets Leo, Nick and Steven are being formally adopted by the blind man in their community who has helped them thrive.
Foster youth from fifteen different counties attended the ninth annual Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Prom Project.
The Court Improvement Program, a federally funded program to improve family court processes through data and collaboration with child welfare agencies, is having a positive impact on the foster care process.
The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services is improving the way it provides services to the county’s most vulnerable.
The Oregonian recently published a story about five siblings in foster care, and the response was extraordinary. But there are still 1,649 children lodged in foster care in Multnomah County.