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foster care

noun
1.
the raising or supervision of foster children, as orphans or delinquents, in an institution, group home, or private home, usually arranged through a government or social-service agency that provides remuneration for expenses.
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  • One has been adopted, and another dog is one step closer in foster care.
  • Not mentioned is the foster care system that deals with many of these children.
  • They had four children, three of whom are in foster care and two have unspecified disabilities.
  • foster care funds don't cover parents' bills, report says.
  • For children who are removed from severely dysfunctional homes, foster care provides a safe place in which to grow up.
  • The majority of rescued dogs are placed in foster care.
  • Information about services related to foster care.
  • foster care is a program for children in state custody who are unable to remain safely in their homes.
  • Organizations that provide information on foster care.
  • Provides answers to common questions about foster care.

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