New York Tries New Ways to Increase Stability for Kids in Foster Care

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Karen Savage

Linda Johnson, an Adoption KinGAP Worker notes a family’s progress on February 17, 2016 at the Foundling’s Queens location.

NEW YORK — The cycle is often triggered by something simple: refusing to do homework, leaving clothes on the floor, typical kid stuff. But for the nearly 10,000 children in New York City’s foster care system and the adults who serve them, simple stuff has a way of escalating . . .

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