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But by June 2015, Dwight was headed to Iraq, and two months later, Nicole got the call that two brothers — Luke, then 8, and James, then 5 — needed a foster home.
The controversy over the policy coincides with separate revelations that his administration lost track of nearly 1,500 children taken from parents awaiting adjudication of immigration cases and placed in foster homes or with sponsors.
But because there’s this urgent need for foster homes — largely created by the opioid crisis — the agency is trying to spread the message that anyone with a stable, safe, loving home can sign up and go through the training to become a foster parent.
At 17, having walked away from his foster home, Haugen was homeless.
The suit claims the state's foster care system was negligent in putting the teen boy in Echols' home because there had been multiple previous complaints of violent behavior in his prior foster homes.
The current shelter houses an average of 250 animals, with another 600 placed in foster homes.
The two agencies together collect about $3 million a year from the city for foster-care reimbursements, and had placed more than 230 children in city foster homes.
After a brief, tumultuous stay in a foster home, Scott returned to his father’s temporary home, a three-room apartment near 12th Street.
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