Achieving Permanency

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Positive Outcomes: What Workers Can Learn from Successful Teen Adoptions

Spring 2005 Adoptalk   According to the Children’s Bureau, a child’s chance of being adopted dramatically drops once he or she is within a few years of adolescence. It is also commonly understood that teens who age out of care face a very uncertain future. To address the need to seek stable homes for older… Read more

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