Opioid Crisis Forcing Kids into Foster Care

The opioid crisis is putting a tremendous amount of pressure on the foster care system. 

After the $260 million settlement in Ohio, many states are considering the potential of using their own settlement money toward the entities in their state affected most by the crisis. 

Foster programs have taken a hard impact economically, and are likely to gain support financially from settlement funds.

The children in these homes are often thankful for the opportunity to get out of drug/opioid-ridden homes so they do not end up in the same situation their parents are in.

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