April 17, 2009
Fewer Children In Foster Care In NC County Promotes Child Welfare and Saves Money
Guilford County (North Carolina) has employed a multi-prong approach to family preservation, and has reduced the number of children in foster care by 31%. In this Greensboro (NC) News-Record article, county officials and national experts agree that the children who have remained with their families have avoided the unnecessary trauma of being separated from their families, and note the cost-savings of prevention programs as compared to out-of-home care.
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President Obama needs to come see what the government is doing to minority families in this county. God says no to stimulating Babylon's (government). Stimulate our kids back. Beware of the next plague!!!!!!!
Posted by: carl | Apr 28, 2009 12:19:46 PM
This not only saves money and families, but it saves lives. The percentage of foster children on psychiatric medication is staggering.
Posted by: CCHR Florida | Oct 21, 2009 7:26:50 PM