How To Report Foster Care Abuse

Foster care is a system that places minor children whose biological parents cannot care for them with adults (referred to as foster parents) who have been screened and are under the watch of a state or private agency. Although the foster care system is designed to provide these foster children with a safe, secure and loving environment, this is not always the case. Unfortunately, foster care abuse and neglect does happen, harming innocent foster children who deserve to have the same rights as other children. When foster home abuse happens, it should be reported to protect the abused child...

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Who Is Responsible for Abused Foster Children?

Approximately 800,000 children come in contact with the foster care system each year in the United States. These foster children are placed in this system because their biological parents are unable to care for them. Foster care is intended to protect children from neglect and abuse at the hands of parents and other family members. Yet all too often it becomes an equally cruel form of neglect and abuse by the state. If foster care abuse and neglect is so common, who should be held responsible? The Story of One Foster Care Abuse Represents the Plight of Many The...

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