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Unformatted text preview: Child Court School Licensing standards Community treatment agencies Community child care norms Agency supervisory, administrati ve, structure and policies Foster Siblings Foster parents Biological parents Biological siblings Social worker Guardian Figur e 9.3 Foster Car e System Why Children are Placed in Care Family breakdown or incapacity exacerbated by environmental pressures. Neglect or abuse Mental or emotional problems of the parent. Substance abuse Domestic violence Poverty Homelessness Family Characteristics Children who have been in foster care for a long time have parents with personal and environmental problems that have grown over time and the child has no sufficient support from other adults. Most families who children enter foster care have multiple problems and needs. Children with HI V/AI DS are placed in specialized foster homes if relatives are not available Standards for Decision Making Child safety is the most important thing...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HISTORY 201 taught by Professor Chikwen during the Spring '08 term at Lincoln U. PA.

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