See this article about the need for foster parents. “With our capacity needs in the area, siblings are often split up, which makes for a very sad situation when they’ve already been through a traumatic situation to begin with and then we traumatize them even more when we have to split them up and that’s why we need foster homes,” said Rebecca Robinson, Foster Adoptive Development Supervisor for CPS.
With close to 400 foster kids in Potter and Randall, CPS needs foster parents (Texas)
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