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His church: a bedroom in his San Diego foster home.
Release: December 2002 Writer and film producer Antwone Fisher grew up in Cleveland in various foster homes and eventually found a stable job in the Navy.
Care is offered through an emergency shelter or through licensed and monitored individual foster homes.
The report also identified a link between trafficking and out-of-home care, including group homes, foster homes, residential care centers, supervised independent living and placement with a relative who is not a parent.
Still, Alyssa and her sister lived there for more than a year, before they were relocated to a foster home in McKinney.
The two youngest are now in one foster home in Riverside County, while the other four are at another home in the county.
But had the Watsons not taken them in, the children likely would have been split into separate foster homes, officials said.
He is expected to be moved to a foster home this week, Michigan Humane Society spokeswoman Anna Chrisman said, and then will be put up for adoption.
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