Foster home care in Massachusetts: a study of foster children, their biological and foster parents
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Governor's Commission on Adoption and Foster Care, 1973 - Family & Relationships - 113 pages
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CHAPTER IITHE CHILDREN
THE BIOLOGICAL PARENTS
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210 petition approximately assure average biological families biological parents Brockton caseload casework child in foster children in foster Children's Services considered Custody Department of Public Department's disabled Division of Family divorced evaluated fact Family and Children's forty percent foster child foster children foster family foster home placement foster mothers foster parents free for adoption frequency handicap implemented income indicate intake issue Know legal status less Medicaid mental illness necessary November 18 number of children obtained one-quarter parent responsibility parent-child contact parents felt parents of children parents reported personnel placed in foster present prior private agencies Probate Court problems Public Welfare reasons RECOMMENDED referred Regional Office returned sample seventeen percent seventy percent six months sixteen percent sixty percent social worker assigned special needs specific spite staff surrendered thirty percent three-quarters tion Total treatment program twelve percent twenty percent uncovered visits voluntary