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How Relative Adoptions Help Children

How Relative Adoptions Help Children


According to the report by Generations United, “for every child in foster care, 20 are being raised by a family member1. This reportedly saves taxpayers around $4 billion a year 2. The financial benefit is no small matter, but the benefits reach far beyond their monetary value. For children, the benefits of being raised by a grandparent or other relative are clear.



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In Loving Arms: The Protective Role of Grandparents and Other Relatives in Raising Children Exposed to Trauma Generations United

2 based on the cost that the foster care system would incur, should these children enter the system instead of being cared for by relatives


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