Louisiana Foster Care Board Rate Inadequate for Decades
Louisiana’s Foster Care Board Rate Too Low for Decades April 19, 2021 – Louisiana – Fourteen years ago in 2007,… Read More
According to a recently released national survey from the Administration for Children and Families, after children spend 12 to 18 continuous months in foster care, their chances of leaving foster care decrease rapidly. Once children spend 36 to 42 continuous months in foster care, their chances of leaving foster care are extremely low.
Louisiana desperately needs more foster families. Learn more from Methodist Foster Care.
National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being No. 19: Risk of Long-Term Foster Care Placement Among Children Involved with the Child Welfare System