Why surge in foster care placement will follow COVID-19 pandemic (Georgia)

April 07, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Although it’s difficult to predict, Reed told me it is very likely her department will see an increase in reports as children resume face-to-face contact with their teachers, day care providers, physicians, therapists and others. “Traditionally, DFCS has consistently seen a spike in reports when children return to school, so we anticipate that trend will continue in the late summer and early fall,” she said.

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