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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

THE EVIDENCE IS IN Foster Care vs. Keeping Families Together: The Definitive Studies

THE EVIDENCE IS INFoster Care vs. Keeping Families Together:The Definitive Studies 

NCCPR long has argued that many children now trapped in foster care would be far better off if
they had remained with their own families and those families had been given the right kinds of help.
Turns out that’s not quite right.
In fact, many children now trapped in foster care would be far better off if they remained with their
own families even if those families got only the typical help (which tends to be little help, wrong help, or no help) commonly offered by child welfare agencies.
That’s the message from the largest studies ever undertaken to compare the impact on children
of foster care versus keeping comparably maltreated children with their own families. The first study was the subject of a front-page story in USA Today. The full study is available here.
The first study, published in 2007, looked at outcomes for more than 15,000 children. It
compared foster children not to the general population but to comparably-maltreated children left in their own homes. The result: On measure after measure the children left in their own homes do better.
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